Photo finish: Saddam's sons, or Rent-a-Corpses?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- You couldn't have written it better as a movie script: Just as that messy WMD-related suicide in Britain was threatening to topple the whole blood-on-its-hands Blair government for more…

Drug industry destruction

by Walter Williams -- Last week, the House voted 324 to 101 to make it easier for Americans to import lower-priced prescription drugs sold in Canada and Europe for their own use. more…

The New York Times: Democrat apologists

by Bob Kohn -- One of the classic techniques the New York Times uses to distort the news is by manipulating one of the six key components of a news article: the more…

The first homosexual school

by Joseph Farah -- New York City has done what many of us would have considered unthinkable just a few months ago – announced plans for the first taxpayer-funded, all-homosexual high school. more…

From disaster to disaster

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Ever wondered what it's like to be a police officer on New Year's Eve? What a night of work that has to be – racing from accident to more…

Bring back 'The Gunfighter'

by David Hackworth -- Qusai and Odai most definitely deserved one-way tickets to a very hot place. But the guerrilla fighter in me has to question the wisdom of sending Saddam's sadistic more…

Global warming: A lost cause

by Henry Lamb -- Sens. John McCain and Kyoto-Joe Lieberman are pushing an amendment to the president's energy bill which is designed more to provide ammunition for Kyoto-Joe's presidential bid than to more…

What's got Charlie Rangelled?

by Mychal Massie -- Is Rep. Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., just a jaundiced, miserable, old curmudgeon – a military hater – or does he resent the current administration to the exclusion of all more…

Uday and Qusay, R.I.P. (Rot In Perdition)

by Ellen Ratner -- Two heads of three-headed Iraqi Hydra have been chopped off. While I oppose capital punishment with all of my corpuscles, what happened to these two monsters wasn't an more…