Keeping out the NSA

by Vox Day -- A heightened interest in the subject of personal communications security is quite understandable in the light of some of the U.S. federal government's more unfortunate responses to the more…

All eyes on Afghanistan

by Bill Steigerwald -- Last week was a time for flag waving, national unity and powerful photos of the horrors of 9/11/01. This week, as war looms, Time, Newsweek and U.S. News more…

Politically correct terrorism

by David Kupelian -- America is in danger of losing this war. But not because of any lack of military might or intelligence capability, nor even because of any unwillingness to sustain more…

Terror vs. rights

by Jon Dougherty -- In the rush to "do something" following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, far too many Americans already seem all too willing to give up their most basic freedoms more…

Self defense is job one

by Larry Elder -- "Well, I just think that you're painting a horrible picture of what we're about," said Senator Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., in response to the question I asked last week. more…

If pigs could fly ...

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Pigs, hogs, swine, porkers, barrows, trotters. When Americans aren't eating them – hot dogs, bologna, spareribs, pig's knuckles, ham, bacon, pork chops – they're adoring them more…

Revolt of the Misesians

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- This story of political dissent begins in Guatemala City, the capital of a country that is deeply troubled economically. The problems are familiar. There are mercantilist trade policies more…

I don't understand

by Bill O'Reilly -- Editor's note: Purchase a copy of Bill O'Reilly's new book, "No Spin Zone," autographed and personalized, and receive a free "No Spin Zone" bumper sticker and a free more…

Believing the unbelievable

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Editor's note: Dr. Blumenfeld is the author of the lead article in the October issue of Whistle Blower which examines the deliberate destruction of America's education system.The reason more…

New terror to freedom

by Joel Miller -- If there's one thing that war allows besides the requisite destruction, obliteration and general disruption of daily life, it's an opportunity for politicos to sharply hone their doublespeak. more…