U.N.'s shaky foundation

by Alan Keyes -- Republican Party elites who have worked so hard to nominate George W. Bush tend to be uncomfortable with the conservative agenda of defending American sovereignty. Is this charge more…

Filegate finds way to round file

by Larry Klayman -- In my years as Chairman of Judicial Watch, a public-interest law firm which fights government corruption, I have come upon many politicians who profess to have the same more…

No winners in NRA brouhaha

by Alan W. Bock -- This week's manufactured controversy amongst the National Rifle Association, the White House and its designated thugs, and various other parties reflects little if any credit on any of more…

Don't forgive 3rd-world debt

by John N. Doggett -- The recent flooding in Mozambique has increased pressure for the West to forgive hundreds of billions of dollars of debt owed by third-world countries. The argument for debt more…

Government's license to harass

by Joseph Farah -- If pro is the opposite of con, a wise man once said, then progress must be the antonym of Congress. That proverb (opposite of converb?) never rang more more…

No brimstone, just Hellfire

by Inside the Ring -- Chinese military agents secretly tried to buy one of the U.S. Army's most effective weapons: the Hellfire anti-tank guided missile. According to Pentagon intelligence officials, Chinese agents recently more…

Evil at 'The Ninth Gate'

by Stuart Goldman -- This week, I get to do one of my favorite things -- play movie critic. I'd venture to say that about 99 percent of the movies today suck more…

Stop the insanity

by David Limbaugh -- I received some interesting e-mails in response to my last column. Last time I wrote that Republicans have nothing to fear from the dirty campaign that Al Gore more…

A congressional whitewash

by Joseph Farah -- The Joint Committee on Taxation yesterday leaked its long-awaited report on Internal Revenue Service political audits to a few select reporters. Given the direction of the committee and more…

Eternity lost

by Craige McMillan -- As a child, eternity was easy to understand: It lived in the days and hours leading up to Christmas -- and the time we opened presents. Sometimes it more…