Diaries of a revolutionary

by Cynthia Grenier -- Thirty-four years after Ernesto Che Guevara was killed by a drunken Bolivian sergeant, Grove Press has published on the anniversary of his death the diaries he had kept more…

What war?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – All these warnings about more terrorist attacks – from Attorney General John Ashcroft, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and now Congress, via the Washington Post – ring more…

Cardboard safety

by Gordon Prather -- Once upon a time, everyone knew what a "weapon of mass destruction" was – it was a nuke. All the have-nuke states were in agreement on one thing: more…

Exploiting tragedy

by Henry Lamb -- While the world is focused on the war on terrorism, rumors persist that sinister forces inside the beltway are looking for ways to attach a train-load of pork more…

Bush's terrorist buddy, Part 2

by Debbie Schlussel -- In my previous column, I wrote about President Bush's terrorist buddy, Dr. Sami Al-Arian, a University of South Florida professor, who is the Islamic Jihad's frontman in America more…

Weapons of mass destruction

by Bill Steigerwald -- "WMD" is not the latest independent TV channel. "WME" is not another pro wrestling league. "Weaponizing" is not a new secret password coined by NRA gun-man Charlton Heston. more…

Build a Memorial Tower

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- There has already been discussion of what will replace the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center destroyed by the Islamic terrorists. Environmentalists want the usual empty space more…

Frisking 9-year-olds

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Little Kristin's hazel eyes were as big as saucers and began to fill with tears as she stood there, spread-eagle, while some stranger frisked up and down her more…

High-tech hoops

by Vox Day -- Game reviews are always tough. Not because we find it difficult to pronounce judgment one way or the other, but because it is almost impossible to properly play more…

Real protection

by Jon Dougherty -- There is only one thing worth less in this country today than the life of a Mideastern terrorist, and that is the anti-gun sentiment. Personally, I believe that's more…