The fall of the Big Media

by Joseph Farah -- I was wrong. When I'm wrong, I admit it. And I was wrong. Five months ago, I predicted John Kerry would win the presidential election. I really thought more…

Dangers of no tax liability

by Walter Williams -- In last week's column, I reported on the Washington, D.C.-based Tax Foundation's study that estimated that 44 percent of income earners will legally have no 2004 federal income more…

Was Dan duped?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Dan Rather, successor to Walter Cronkite as anchor of CBS News, may be about to close out his career on a banana peel. Last Wednesday, Rather launched a more…

Election 2004: The Cosmo Factor

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Now I realize "DeeDee Magee" – not her actual name – was soooo right. Quite inadvertently, the former TV producer and I had dated the same fellow, albeit more…

Who are the real journalists?

by Hugh Hewitt -- On May 6, 2004, Los Angeles Times editor John Carroll gave a hilariously self-serving speech about "the rise of pseudo-journalism in America" at the University of Oregon School more…

C-BS

by Ann Coulter -- Why do TV commentators on CBS' forgery-gate insist on issuing lengthy caveats to the effect that of course this was an innocent mistake and no one is accusing more…

The bizarre candidacy of John Kerry

by David Limbaugh -- Remember when former Sen. Bob Kerrey said that Bill Clinton was an "unusually good liar – unusually good"? Well, surely by now Democrats realize that John Kerry is more…

Balad's Gen. Jimmie

by David Hackworth -- Editor's note: Eilhys England contributed to this column.Bad outfits – military or civilian – are all about bad leadership: the top being out of touch with the bottom, more…

Did Yousef order airliner's destruction?

by Jack Cashill -- On the way to the publisher with still another Bush bash in time for the election, journalist Peter Lance stumbled on to the great untold story of our more…