FBI should be polygraph-tested

by Jon Dougherty -- Is it just me, or does the federal government get more arrogant by the year? A report by CBS News last week demonstrates well the government's worsening "us more…

Pay raise for the parasites

by Geoff Metcalf -- "Choose loss rather than shameful gains." -- A Greek proverb Notwithstanding the fact that the economic turndown and potential for gloom and doom was known as far back more…

Tax cuts, budgets and triggers

by Jane Chastain -- Let's set the record straight. The tax cut President George W. Bush is proposing is puny when you compare it to the amount of surplus money coming into more…

The 'spontaneous' Arab uprising

by Joseph Farah -- Well, it turns out Ariel Sharon didn't exactly provoke the latest Palestinian uprising with his trip to the Temple Mount, after all. That, of course, was the excuse more…

Hate-crime laws make hate worse

by Jon Dougherty -- On March 6, WorldNetDaily published a story based on FBI data that showed blacks were one-and-a-half times more likely than whites to commit hate crimes. That story was more…

Russia signals its intentions

by J.R. Nyquist -- For many decades the West understood the military threat from Russia, but underestimated the political and economic threat. Today we can see that every dimension of threat is more…

Post Office snow job

by Barbara Simpson -- Remember the motto of the United States Post Office -- to the effect that neither snow nor sleet would stop delivery of the mail? I believed it once. more…

How we brought stability to the Balkans

by Don Feder -- On March 24, 1999, NATO began its bombing campaign to stop then-Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic from committing genocide, or ethnic cleansing or something really bad in Kosovo. Two more…

Mixed messages from Bush

by Alan Keyes -- Admitting the obvious, the Bush administration last week acknowledged that the Bush campaign pledge to regulate carbon dioxide emissions of power plants was inconsistent with another Bush campaign more…

Is 15 Minutes of fame enough?

by Richard Grenier -- I've been wondering for days now why film critics have decided with unusual uniformity to hate Robert de Niro's new movie, "15 Minutes" so intensely. De Niro, with more…