Helping workers

by Michael Ackley -- My dad was a union man, and I've been a union man most of my working life. For a while, I was a Newspaper Guild unit officer, and more…

The poison in the wound of terrorism

by Ellen Ratner -- Uri Avnery is a well-known peace activist in the Middle East. He is an Israeli and he is a Zionist. I share in his passionate belief that Israel more…

What men want

by Vox Day -- There is probably no question so universally feared by men the world over than one heard throughout the living rooms of the world on a nightly basis. "What more…

Gorelick and Kean need to go

by Joseph Farah -- Sen. Zell Miller has it right. The 9-11 Commission should be disbanded. Not only is its mission clearly compromised by the participation of commissioner Jamie Gorelick, who stands more…

Strange bedfellows

by Gordon Prather -- The neo-crazies want to invade Iran and the loony-lefties want universal nuke disarmament. So, strange as it seems, they have each charged that if the Iranians are "allowed" more…

Jimmy Breslin: Accuracy-challenged

by Les Kinsolving -- In May of 1990, Newsday's syndicated columnist Jimmy Breslin received an e-mail criticizing one of his columns as "sexist." That so outraged Mr. Breslin that he denounced the more…

Humility in college sports?

by Jerry Falwell -- The nation's sports pages are occasionally awash with stories of corrupt coaches, imprudent players, and internal scandals. But this week on the campus of Liberty University, an astonishing more…

Here's to the state
of Mississippi

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Friends and relatives of Thomas Hamill, the Mississippi civilian kidnapped in Iraq, gathered together on Easter Sunday to pray and express their love for him. Americans of a more…

Distorting science for the secular agenda

by Kelly Hollowell -- The last decade was riddled with headlines of children killing other children in the classroom and schoolyard, teen pregnancy and drug abuse on the rise. According to the more…

Redefining national sovereignty

by Henry Lamb -- Responding to a constituent's request to oppose the Law of the Seas Treaty, Sen. Conrad Burns, R-Mont., told his constituent that the treaty did not surrender national sovereignty. more…