Adult children living with parents?

by Dennis Prager -- The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that unprecedented numbers of American adults are living with their parents. Most obvious is the increasingly common phenomenon of men and women returning home more…

Why WND was denied credentials

by Joseph Farah -- We've always suspected the real reason WorldNetDaily was denied Capitol credentials by the news police at the Senate Press Gallery was because we are a truly independent Internet-based more…

The actions of restoration

by Vox Day -- A call for the return to constitutional government is perhaps not so much revolutionary as it is a demand for restoration. A restoration of the supremacy of the more…

Woodrow W. Bush

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- President Bush is engaged in feverish diplomacy to stop an India-Pakistan war. He is mulling over an "American Plan" to end the Israeli-Palestinian war. And he has just more…

Implausible deniability?

by Joseph Farah -- The debate continues. As the terrorism and suicide bombing campaigns rage on against Israelis, the world debates what to do about Yasser Arafat. Should he be held responsible? more…

Well, what would Jesus say?

by Barbara Simpson -- The stench gets worse as lurid, criminal details continue to spew from Roman Catholic churches across the country. Priests are accused of criminal acts with children – most more…

Bush burned by climate report

by Henry Lamb -- Despite a flurry of media reports to the contrary, the Bush administration's policy on climate change has not flip-flopped. The media frenzy followed the release of a U.S. more…

The rules have changed

by Jerry Falwell -- It's time to get serious about protecting our nation against terrorism. The time for politically correct, feel-good "solutions" is past. We must accelerate our efforts to get our more…

Nukes, wheat smut and chicken feed

by Gordon Prather -- With nuke-armed Pakistan and nuke-armed India on the verge of war – and with President Bush vowing to take the offensive in the War on Terrorism – now more…