Spinning liesat USA Today

by Jerry Falwell -- Last week in this column, in an article titled, "In Praise of Dick Cheney," I extolled George W. Bush's selection of Richard Cheney as his vice presidential running more…

Dealing with life's ugly knots

by Johnny Chung -- A friend of mine named Chris told me a story about a grandmother who was making a quilt. While she was working on it, her grandson, who was more…

GOP convention: Live or Memorex?

by David Limbaugh -- To me, the most interesting thing about the Republican convention is the mainstream media coverage. They are absolutely confounded with this upbeat display of class. Don't get me more…

On not trusting leaders, or having to

by Alan W. Bock -- This is being written before George Dubya Bush gives his acceptance speech, and that speech might contain a surprise or two. But I doubt it will invalidate the more…

If I were elected president

by Joseph Farah -- PHILADELPHIA -- Do you want to understand what's wrong with the false paradigm offered by our current political system? Do you want to know how our kids are more…

Opportunity vs. quotas

by John N. Doggett -- The press has made much about Republican efforts to reach out to Americans who haven't felt "wanted" by the GOP in the past. Yet in spite of asking more…

Yanking terrorist's Cheney

by Inside the Ring -- Marines' most wanted If former Defense Secretary Dick Cheney is elected vice president, he will have a chance to settle some important unfinished business: finding the terrorist murderer more…

Conventional hoo-ha

by Bill Steigerwald -- Sorry, news fans, almost nothing could have bumped the Republican National Convention from the covers of the Big Three newsweeklies this week. Maybe if the Concorde had crashed more…

Generally disgusting

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Most non left-leaning columns dissenting from retired Gen. Colin Powell on an issue begin with a disclaimer along the following lines: He's a great American ... blah, blah, more…

Your government e-mail address

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The march of technology has turned the U.S. Postal Service into a national embarrassment. It is a Stalinesque antique that should immediately be put on the chopping block. more…