Realities of nuclear terrorism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Biological terrorism is no longer theoretical. It is a practical reality. The message is simple: Anyone can be reached. America is ill prepared. This is unlikely to change. more…

Doomed?

by Larry Klayman -- What if the former Soviet Union had attacked the United States, and killed over 5,000 Americans and spread deadly anthrax throughout our nation? Would we have responded in more…

Osama's nuclear bomb

by David Dolan -- Does Osama bin Laden possess the ultimate weapon – a nuclear bomb – in one form or another? Amid the heightened terrorist alert in the United States and more…

Is Bush a sentimental fool?

by Paul Sperry -- Editor's note: This is the last of three commentaries by Paul Sperry on Washington's inability to protect its citizens. WASHINGTON – Every act of compassion in President Bush's more…

Arab Americans and the war

by Joseph Farah -- I've got some good news to report. Many of you who read this column daily suggest I'm too much of a doom-and-gloomer. I only tell you bad news, more…

Managing health care quality

by Medicine Men -- When the murderous attacks on America have been dealt with – and they will be – the country can return again to arguing with more common sense, we more…

Printing press pays for war

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- In a little-noticed announcement, the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments has made a stab at estimating the direct costs of this splendid little war against Afghanistan. In more…

Israel's bombing of Osiraq

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo To: George Will From: Jude Wanniski Re: The pre-emptive strike of 1981 Your syndicated column last week celebrates Israel's bombing and total destruction of Iraq's nuclear power more…

Casualties of war

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Not all the casualties of war occur on battlefields. So far, during the current hostilities against terrorism, I have "lost" three long-time friends. They bit the dust from more…

HillaryCare for the airports

by Ann Coulter -- The main sticking point between the Senate and House versions of the aviation security bill now headed for conference is whether airport magnetometers will be run by private more…