Reasons for optimism

by David Limbaugh -- Some of you critics have suggested a more positive approach to the column occasionally, so I'll try to oblige. But it's only fair to warn you that my more…

Hemp today, gone tomorrow?

by Joel Miller -- I’m a naughty boy. If the DEA gets its way, I’ll be one pretty soon, that is. You see, yesterday I went to my local health food store more…

Ode to a gunslinger

by Stuart Goldman -- Bob Sunseri was Billy The Kid. The only difference was, he didn’t use a six-shooter; he used his fists. Like Billy, Bob was a legend during his own more…

We want college football playoffs now!

by John N. Doggett -- Now that we have a man of honor as our president-elect and have survived the real coming of the millennium, its time to turn to more important things. more…

Jerusalem and the Jews

by Joseph Farah -- One of the many fanciful claims behind the Mideast crisis is that Jerusalem has always been an Arab city. The latest official rhetoric from Yasser Arafat’s Palestinian Authority more…

The war on the Boy Scouts

by Joseph Farah -- A Boy Scout pledges to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. A Boy Scout vows to keep himself physically strong, more…

Grace under racial fire

by Larry Elder -- Someday, many of their critics will apologize. Who am I talking about? Two economists, who happen to be black, Thomas Sowell and Walter Williams. For over 30 years, more…

Methods to their 'madness'

by J.R. Nyquist -- How often have we heard it said that Hitler was insane? The same sort of evaluation is often applied to other dictators, from Josef Stalin to Saddam Hussein. more…

Less power to ya?

by Casey Brooks -- If you asked the folks in Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma who have been without power for over a week now if they're worried about global warming, the only more…

Borking John Ashcroft

by Thomas Jipping -- The borking of John Ashcroft has begun. Left-wing extremist organizations developed “borking” in 1987 as a tactic to defeat the Supreme Court nomination of then-U.S. Circuit Judge Robert more…