America's spy software scandal

by Michelle Malkin -- Did Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden have access to a U.S. computer-tracking program that enabled them to monitor our intelligence-gathering efforts and financial transactions? If so, who more…

Love-in at the borders

by Ilana Mercer -- The ethics of private property ought to guide all libertarians on the matter of immigration. They don't. An essential attribute of property and ownership is the right to more…

Wilson's war to end war

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- When the 20th century began, Europe ruled most of the world. The British Empire covered a fourth of the earth's surface, the Russian Empire a sixth. The French more…

Deadly new viruses?

by Hugh Hewitt -- The movie "28 Days Later" is in theaters presently, and it's pretty creepy. A rabies-like virus gets loose in London and the results aren't pretty. The film is more…

Media ignorance

by Walter Williams -- People in the major news media have come in for considerable and sometimes bitter criticism. They've been charged with anti-Americanism, leftism, bias and just plain lying, as in more…

Has Bush staked his presidency on Abu Mazen?

by Michael Evans -- President Bush telephoned Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) on Friday, July 4, to thank him for his strong leadership, said the president's spokesman, Ari Fleisher. You've got to be more…

Cradle of vulnerability

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- They are tossing guerrilla fireworks out onto the street from the roof of the tacky nearby Philadelphia apartment building we call "The Tenement" all day July Fourth in more…

There's a foul 'pen' blowing

by Mychal Massie -- Flatulence generally refers to gases generated in the intestines or stomach and expulsed through that end of the posterior that graces a saddle. Unless you are Maureen Dowd more…

Fighting off sharks

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Warning: This is very personal. I've been on vacation for two weeks. This is the first year we decided not to visit some distant land and have poetic more…

Search for the impossible

by Neal Boortz -- The e-mail came last week from a friend, probably the best talk-radio consultant out there. "Who can hold their own in an argument with you?" he asked. Wiseacre more…