The sins of the father

by Joseph Farah -- Mel Gibson is getting a lot of heat for some inflammatory remarks he made about New York Times columnist Frank Rich. In case you missed it, Gibson said: more…

Spitting on their graves

by Michelle Malkin -- Across the nation, public officials will strike somber poses and shed television-friendly tears and bow their blow-dried heads in memory of the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist more…

How nations perish

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Gray Davis is a desperate man. Facing recall, he has just put the safety of California motorists at risk in a naked bid to buy Hispanic votes. Davis more…

Bush is a neoconservative

by Ilana Mercer -- It's a positive sign when conservative commentators rush to defend President Bush from being defiled by the neoconservative label. The tag, thankfully, is becoming a pejorative. They will, more…

'Click it or ticket'

by Walter Williams -- Imagine you're having a backyard barbeque. A cop walks in and announces, "This is a random health and safety check to see whether you've removed the skin from more…

Unhappy anniversaries

by David Dolan -- Two significant anniversaries occur this week. The first one is well known to all – the solemn remembrance of the Sept. 11, 2001, destruction of the World Trade more…

Martyr, or madman?

by Les Kinsolving -- In Gaza and the West Bank, Palestinians by the thousands disgust most of the world by proclaiming suicide bombers – of Israeli and American citizens, including children – more…

We're still slaves

by Erik Rush -- I remember a rather bizarre question I was occasionally asked by classmates when I was in grammar school. Someone would find out I was of mixed race and more…