How to become CIA director

by Joseph Farah -- For years I've been wondering how someone as sensible as James Woolsey ever became Bill Clinton's CIA director. A new book, getting much acclaim on other points, "Why more…

Deja vu all over again

by David Hackworth -- While on vacation in Crawford, Texas, Commander in Chief George W. Bush must have been drinking from the same well as Lyndon B. Johnson when LBJ got American more…

The fall of Abbas: Why such surprise?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Shock is a word that many have registered to describe their reaction to the resignation of Mahmoud Abbas as Palestinian prime minister. Reading the statements of foreign ministers, more…

The Democrats' counter-revolution

by Dennis Prager -- At the Democratic presidential candidates' debate in New Mexico last week, the Democratic Party publicly rejected the motto of our country, "e pluribus unum" – "out of many, more…

Just say 'no' to 'modern sex-ed'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- We didn't mean to turn our son into The Outcast. Last year, he was the only ninth-grader in his school whose parents opted him out of the county more…

Unhappy anniversaries

by David Dolan -- Two significant anniversaries occur this week. The first one is well known to all – the solemn remembrance of the Sept. 11, 2001, destruction of the World Trade more…

Saudi-terror complicity

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: This column is adapted from a report in the most recent edition of Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, a premium online intelligence newsletter published by WorldNetDaily.When U.S. more…

Raising the white flag

by Ellen Ratner -- Critics of the war were vindicated this week as the Bush administration hoisted the white flag, signaling the surrender of the most presumptuous of its several misfired premises more…

Osama bin Forgotten

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Why is Osama bin Laden still a threat to America two years after President Bush promised to capture him "dead or alive"? Why does Bush continue more…