U.S. government betrayal

by Joseph Farah -- The U.S. government has lied to us. The U.S. government has betrayed the people. The U.S. government is about to do it again. For too many years, Washington, more…

Jefferson vs. the Nashville schools

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- At the Catholic school we attended long ago, the school year was divided into eight marking periods. At the end of each, a report card was handed out. more…

Sweatshop exploitation

by Walter Williams -- Here's a question. Suppose you see people lining up for hours, and people willing to pay a month's salary in bribes, in order to get a $2 a more…

Dem candidates not commander-in-chief material

by David Limbaugh -- Democratic presidential candidates can criticize President Bush's conduct of the War on Terror and his decision to attack Iraq with relative impunity now, but soon the eventual nominee more…

Choppers down in Iraq

by David Hackworth -- Helicopter crews are gutsy folks, a 21st-century version of America's gunfighters of yore. Except their high-tech steeds go a lot faster and can inflict major pain. They first more…

On public cursing and other public sins

by Dennis Prager -- Editor's note: The following column refers to language that will be offensive to some readers.You want to know what many conservatives and liberals agree on? That there is more…

Cal Thomas for president?

by Rebecca Hagelin -- "Cal Thomas for President" actually has a nice (let freedom) ring to it. And you've got to hand it to Cal: He sticks to conservative principles, says what's more…

Integrating the world

by -NO AUTHOR- -- DAVOS, SWITZERLAND – Yearly, the powerbrokers of the world meet at the World Economic Forum in the little ski resort of Davos, Switzerland. There for one week among more…

It's January ... but November's coming

by Mychal Massie -- He didn't bite his lip – nor did it quiver; he didn't point and wag his finger; he didn't have Marilyn Monroe behind the curtains and he didn't more…

Hilarious reports from latest Mars landings

by Les Kinsolving -- What precisely will U.S. taxpayers obtain for the $820 million we were obliged to spend on the latest two (of a previous 28) mechanical missions to Mars? If more…