Will Bush exit – or escalate?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Watch what we do, not what we say," was the retort of Attorney General John Mitchell to reporters questioning Nixon's commitment to desegregation. Though mocked for cynicism, Mitchell more…

Prisoners of the body no more?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The Internet is like a huge Campus of the Mind: Not since college have so many literate folks had access to each other in one place. And, cyberspace more…

Harm is a 2-way street

by Walter Williams -- The largest losers of America's anti-tobacco crusade aren't tobacco companies and smokers, it's the American people who are incrementally giving up private property rights. You say, "Hold it, more…

Fate of the Democrats

by Hugh Hewitt -- Last week marked a huge burst of activity from the United States Congress. Not only did Senate Majority Leader Frist lead his Republican colleagues in an excellent exposing more…

The sobering cost of war

by Rebecca Hagelin -- "Guys, chances are, someday you will go to war." These were the sobering words my husband, Andy, spoke to our sons within days after that fateful September morning more…

Breast-feeding: A response to readers

by Dennis Prager -- "You are so stupid that I almost feel bad being so harsh on you." "Get your head out of your a-- and have a little sensitivity to those more…

New leadership in Iraq

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush is reportedly not pleased with the job Paul Bremer is doing in Iraq. That's progress. It's time to rethink Bremer. It's time to rethink the qualifications more…

Fairness is not a dirty word

by Mychal Massie -- Editor's note: This column consists of excerpts of remarks made by Mychal Massie at the Justice for Judges Race and the Nomination Process Press Conference held at the more…

Remembering the Guyana tragedy

by Les Kinsolving -- News of American history's worst mass killing of American citizens, besides 9-11, first reached me 25 years ago in a radio news report. Not long after news of more…

Drugs for the 'Gimme Generation'

by Neal Boortz -- Sometime before Thanksgiving, the Congress may finish work on a nifty new prescription-drug benefit for the Gimme Generation – the Medicare "why should I be responsible for paying more…