Renewing the American spirit

by Jerry Falwell -- Earlier this week, nearly 1,000 citizens showed up for a Madison, Wisc., school board meeting because they wanted to let it be known they have had their fill more…

Why do they love to hate the Jews?

by Yaffah daCosta -- There are some people who simply dislike Jews, due to the Jews' insistence on being different. But I'd suggest that their argument is really with the God of more…

Chembio smoke detectors

by Gordon Prather -- Now that at least one American has died from inhaling anthrax, perhaps you're thinking that it "was the right thing to do" for President Clinton to have ordered more…

Robert Redford waves the flag

by Richard Grenier -- Well, before I tell you what I thought of "The Last Castle," featuring Robert Redford and James Gandolfini, which opened yesterday nationwide, let me tell you about the more…

Witness for justice

by John N. Doggett -- Ten years ago, I had the honor to testify for Clarence Thomas. Many have forgotten how explosive the Clarence Thomas hearings became when Anita Hill suddenly appeared. Liberals more…

Curb waste to pay for protection

by Jon Dougherty -- Just a month or so after the worst terrorist attacks in history were perpetrated against our country, more and more experts are beginning to assess what it might more…

Celebrating Barry Bonds

by Alan W. Bock -- Forget terrorism and war today. I just want to say how pleased I am that Barry Bonds broke the Major League home run record. Not because the record more…

Patriotism: No refuge for scoundrels

by David Limbaugh -- The anti-American crowd has adopted as its motto, "Dissent is the true mark of a patriot." How about instead, "Dissent from such mindless strictures of political correctness is more…

Government is a terrible master

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Everyone's talking about terrorism these days, but my family and I have experienced terrorism up close and personal. We survived our terrorist attack and, in the process, we more…

Charity begins at home

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – The White House has collected more than $90,000 from American tykes responding dutifully to President Bush's request to pitch in a buck to buy food and more…