Rumsfeld's questions

by Ellen Ratner -- I think Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld had a point with his recent leaked memo. Based on the questions he raised – for example, he asked if we more…

Memo to state government: Get out!

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns contain satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to tell more…

In support of Janice Rogers Brown

by Joseph Farah -- I don't usually get too excited about judicial nominations by the Bush administration. But, even a broken clock is right twice a day. Occasionally, even the Bush administration more…

Today's American Minute

by -NO AUTHOR- -- His wife and mother both tragically died on Valentine's Day, 1884. Depressed, he left New York to ranch cattle in the Dakotas. He organized the first voluntary cavalry, more…

Shadows, sex and sorrow

by Vox Day -- I lost a friend during the New York City blackout. We were not especially close – the last I'd seen of her was a year ago, as she more…

Terri Schiavo's judge is no Solomon

by Barbara Simpson -- Where's Solomon when we need him? He threatened to cut a baby in half, knowing the real mother wouldn't allow that. He was correct. In Florida, Judge George more…

Who's the extremist?
Hillary or Bush?

by David Limbaugh -- Tell me: Which politicians are really extreme out there? Are you more likely to find a radical in the mainstream of the Republican Party or the Democratic Party? more…

Smearing the Gipper

by Jerry Falwell -- On Thursday morning's "Today" broadcast, NBC reporter Jill Rappaport interviewed actor Ed Harris about his new movie, "Radio." The film recounts the real-life story of a high-school football more…

Consecrating sodomy on a hockey rink

by Les Kinsolving -- How much money did it cost to fly 36 Anglican (Episcopal) provincial archbishops from all over the world to London, to feed and house them, and to pay more…

The radical green god-squad

by Henry Lamb -- When the radical greens began distributing bumper stickers that read "No moo in '92," and "Cattle free by '93," most people just laughed, unable to comprehend the idea more…