Hands off Iraq, U.N.

by Henry Lamb -- France and Russia fought desperately to keep the U.S. from ousting Saddam Hussein. They failed. Then, while the bombs were falling on Baghdad, they proposed a cease-fire before more…

Lessons quickly learned from Iraq

by Gordon Prather -- Kim Jong-Il may be crazy, but he's a "quick study." He didn't need Undersecretary of State Bolton to tell him – and the rulers of Syria and Iran more…

Life of a teen-age taxpayer

by Kyle Williams -- The 15th is an important day for me this year. My first book will be shipped to those who bought it on WorldNetDaily, and the 15th is also more…

Feds on Waco: Shooting
in the dark

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Barbara Grant is an electro-optical engineer specializing in the measurement of light. She has studied extensively the issues surrounding the federal government's probe into the Waco more…

Immigrant bashers

by Ellen Ratner -- On March 21, near the Iraqi port town of Umm Qasr, 28-year-old Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jose Gutierrez was one of several U.S. soldiers who, as required by more…

The job's not finished

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

Wal-Mart short-changes gun owners

by Jon Dougherty -- I paid for a cup of coffee the other morning and got some change in return. Before I put the dollar bills in my wallet, I noticed one more…

Persistent pockets of liberal media resistance

by Michelle Malkin -- The antiwar grouches, naysayers and quagmirists in the mainstream media were so, so sure there would be no jubilation at the Iraqi liberation. When Vice President Dick Cheney more…

Waging the propaganda war

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The truth of any proposition has very little to do with its innate capacity to convince people to believe in it. This basic assumption has fueled both advertising more…