How 'Today' show's Matt Lauer patronized Charlton Heston

by Larry Elder -- Is it me, or does "Today" show's Matt Lauer condescendingly give Republicans-conservatives the old "look-me-in-the-eye" treatment when asking questions? In an interview with President George W. Bush, for more…

The poor IRS

by Joseph Farah -- "There are heartening signs that the Internal Revenue Service is beginning to recover from the largely unfair beating it took at the hands of the new Republican Congress more…

Rights vs. wishes

by Walter Williams -- We hear so much about "rights" – a right to this and a right to that. People say they have a right to decent housing, a right to more…

America's new "sucker punch" strategy

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Inherent in the Natural Law right of self-defense is the right to strike first if one's life is in peril. If a criminal demands your money at gunpoint, more…

Time for bold clarity

by Hal Lindsey -- The U.N. is terrified at the prospect of having to pass a resolution condemning Saddam Hussein for ignoring 16 previous resolutions. It required a visit from the president more…

A commission unlike any other

by Hugh Hewitt -- Let me call this, modestly, Hewitt's First Theory of Influence: Influence equals Audience times Impact divided by Originality. Audience equals the sum of direct audience and those to more…

The SEC's information socialism – part 2

by Ilana Mercer -- About Dr. Sam Waksal, ex-CEO of ImClone Systems, it has been said that his greatest gift is having the intellectual ability to see possibilities where others cannot see more…

Bob Greene is a good man

by Dennis Prager -- I took the news of the forced resignation of Chicago Tribune columnist Bob Greene – for having had sexual contact with an 18- or 19-year-old woman 11 years more…

New domino theory is red herring

by David Limbaugh -- As we prepare for a preemptive strike against Iraq it is important that we don't allow certain opponents of an invasion to confuse the national dialogue. Despite protests more…