Bush's scary CAIR friends

by Debbie Schlussel -- Too bad Patrick Henry isn't around to advise President Bush. "We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth," Henry remarked. "For my part, I am more…

Making the U.S. safe from idiots

by Hugh Hewitt -- Two media outrages, one rejection of bipartisanship that the media doesn't seem to mind and an entry in the "obvious things to be done quickly" department make up more…

Arafat faces his own intifada

by Joseph Farah -- There's a certain tragic irony to Yasser Arafat's plight, as he finds himself facing an intifada of his own in Gaza and elsewhere. His policemen are now vilified more…

Senate's post-terrorism power grab

by Jon Dougherty -- As usual, our power-hungry Congress is reacting badly to a crisis. Whenever that happens, freedom usually suffers. Last week the Senate passed a pair of bills that – more…

Lock and load now!

by David Hackworth -- Shooting first and straight while on a battlefield or a security detail is a matter of life or death. That's why weapons training normally gets the highest priority more…

Farewell to arms control

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- In all the millions of words that have been spoken and written in recent days about the threats of bio-terrorism and chemical weapons attacks, two have been curiously more…

Train trouble

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Editor's note: This column was first published by WND not long after the events of Sept. 11, 2001. Because of the recent terrorism in Spain involving trains, what more…

The enemy within

by Joseph Farah -- I am going to be very careful in choosing my words in this column. Nonetheless, I fully expect my words to be twisted, distorted, misrepresented and turned against more…

Choosing death or peace

by Harry Browne -- "All that's necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do the wrong thing." – Lawrence Block, "The Evil Men Do" Americans have been sold more…