The real debate about missile defense

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- It was one of the more memorable examples of the phenomenon of "damning with faint praise." Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle was talking about George W. Bush's speech more…

Vietnam: Front and center again

by David Hackworth -- Mayday. Mayday. Mayday. The press savaging of ex-Sen. Bob Kerrey has my como gear on overload, near meltdown. Vets from Normandy to Mogadishu are outraged. Many see the more…

How Bush can fix the courts

by Hugh Hewitt -- Remember the name Roger Gregory. It is going to come in handy this year, if President Bush decides to play hardball with the Senate Democrats. And get your more…

Keep your eye on the ball

by J.R. Nyquist -- You are standing in left field and your attention lapses. All of a sudden people are shouting. You squint up into the sun and a baseball hits you more…

Unborn Victims Act exposes a lie

by Don Feder -- At the heart of the abortion-rights battle lies a deadly denial of reality. The Unborn Victims of Violence Act, which passed the House late last month, threatens a more…

Exploiting suicide to push gun control

by Jon Dougherty -- Last week the Center to Prevent Handgun Violence, the activist (left) wing of Handgun Control Inc., lauded Surgeon General David Satcher for publicizing the fact that suicide victims more…

The American Empire

by Joseph Farah -- During the Clinton administration, America deployed more U.S. forces to more foreign countries than ever before. Incredibly, at the same time, the Clinton White House oversaw U.S. military more…

Get the lead out! The Tungsten Finesse

by Geoff Metcalf -- Politically correct "greening" is a cancer that can and will kill the essence of freedom and liberty. If you pick a leaf from a tree, it will dry more…

And then the war was over

by Barbara Simpson -- I thought it was over, didn't you? After all, the Americans going to Vietnam now are mostly businessmen looking for another fast way to make a buck and more…

A world of secrets

by Richard Grenier -- When James Bamford's first book, "The Puzzle Palace" came out some 20 years ago, the ultra-secret National Security Agency did everything it could to hinder its publication. Things more…