Sue Sens. Clinton and Corzine, not 'Sopranos'

by Debbie Schlussel -- With weighty issues like Timothy McVeigh, tax cuts, the budget and anti-missile defense in the news, the Sunday morning pundits are talking about the heaviest issue of them more…

A tale of two Horatios

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Each year, this column recognizes valiant service on behalf of the nation's security and vital interests by bestowing the coveted "Horatio at the Bridge" Award. During this cycle, more…

Supreme Court's reefer madness

by Joel Miller -- In the rush to cure all the ills to which humans are heir, liberty is too often an innocent bystander -- and an accidental casualty. --Barry Goldwater, 1964 more…

The global loan sharks

by Joseph Farah -- I've never been more proud of any piece of journalism than I am of this month's cover story in WorldNet magazine, the offline companion to WorldNetDaily.com. Written by more…

Dark days for Gov. Gray Davis

by Hugh Hewitt -- California Governor Gray Davis is in a political freefall, the victim of a lethal combination of incompetence, arrogance and a wearying childishness that surfaces in his finger-pointing at more…

Chopping down the cherry Bush

by Joel Miller -- Is the Bush tax cut based on a lie? Arguing that "W" doesn't stand for George Washington, the New Republic's Jonathan Chait, says that Dubya is not telling more…

Civil rights and wrongs

by Joseph Farah -- President Clinton tried last summer through executive order to extend special civil rights protections to those who don't speak English. Executive Order 13166 required federal agencies to provide more…

Who will prosecute FBI criminals?

by Jon Dougherty -- It is never proper to characterize every member of a group or organization as being bad or evil, but clearly there are enough officials, agents and conspirators at more…

Machiavelli, a must-read

by J.R. Nyquist -- Those who want to preserve the republic need to familiarize themselves with the classics of political literature. It is no accident that our political leadership proves less intelligent more…

Happy day, mom

by Barbara Simpson -- Does it really surprise you? I mean really? It shouldn't, because we live in a time of the politically correct, a time of diversity, a time of feeling more…