Harvard embraces bathhouse values

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- What happened in 1920, wails Larry Summers, was "abhorrent and an affront to the values of our university. We are a better and more just community today because more…

Are you caught in the trap?

by Cassandra Walker -- Many Americans suffer from this syndrome. I doubt that most would admit it, but it is confirmed year after year. The number of men and women falling into more…

Race, law and society

by David Limbaugh -- The United States Supreme Court's decision to review Grutter vs. Bollinger could have long-term consequences in how our society approaches issues of race, affirmative action, quotas and diversity more…

A federal nursing home?

by Neal Boortz -- I'm sure I've covered this truism in previous columns. But I'll bring it up again today because it is such an excellent introduction to Mr. Harley Sorensen. Here more…

Buggery in the barracks

by Les Kinsolving -- "A MILITARY AT WAR NEEDS ITS GAY SOLDIERS" headlined the op-ed page of the Nov. 29 New York Times. This article, written by Alastair Gamble, is devoid of more…

Shootout in the desert

by David Hackworth -- While the U.N. inspectors play Sneak & Seek with Saddam Hussein's cheaters and retreaters, our Air Force and Navy Top Guns are picking away at Iraq's defense systems, more…

Morally neutral reporting is dishonest reporting

by Dennis Prager -- Under the guise of "objectivity," virtually every major news agency, newspaper and television news network in the West is feeding its readers and viewers a morally neutral view more…

A weapons inspector with a fetish

by Joseph Farah -- It would be comical if it wasn't so sad. The U.S. State Department and the United Nations have chosen for the most important weapons inspection team ever assembled more…