Sharpening the enemy's sword

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – As U.S. government agencies pull sensitive documents and reports from their websites to stiff terrorists hunting for information that could help them plan more attacks on more…

War aims

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- With Sunday's aerial attacks against targets in Afghanistan, the United States' military might has begun to be employed in the war on terrorism. Now is a good time more…

Terrorism, hatred and evil

by David Limbaugh -- Many are speculating about why radical Muslim terrorists hate America so passionately. It's an important question that needs to be addressed, but not primarily for the reasons some more…

Evolving patriots?

by Hugh Hewitt -- As American planes flew over Afghanistan on Sunday, they went assured of the support of America's "new, nuanced patriotism." At least that's what the lead editorial in the more…

Distorted definitions

by Fiamma Nirenstein -- The war against terrorism has started. Aside from the operational pitfalls of fighting this elusive, ideologically fanatic adversary, there is another problem not found in conventional wars: that more…

Disregarding God

by Linda Bowles -- It is now clear that we in America have been living in the eye of a global storm, operating under the illusion that we would not be affected, more…

Rush – we all love you!

by Joseph Farah -- For the last month, I haven't written a column about anything other than the terrorist attack on America. And with good reason. Very little that has happened since more…

Steve Vaus: Mainstreaming patriotism

by Jon Dougherty -- Americans never learn. Over the course of history we have been so comfortable in our power that seldom were we ready for a fight when a fight came more…

Berlusconi backs Western civilization

by Don Feder -- Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's comment that Western civilization is superior to Islamic culture, while obvious to all whose minds aren't locked in a prison of political correctness, more…

The case for harshness

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The more I learn of history over decades, the more it appears that the interplay of nations resemble nothing so much as young children on a playground. There's more…