Politics: Futile to the end

by Kyle Williams -- Elections come and go. Republicans are elected and Democrats are elected. Political figures rise in popularity and fall to the ground in the midst of scandal. The economy more…

Christmas in Cambodia

by Joseph Farah -- On the floor of the U.S. Senate on March 27, 1986, Sen. John Kerry said: I remember Christmas of 1968 sitting on a gunboat in Cambodia. I remember more…

He contorts, I decide

by Ilana Mercer -- There's a reason Bill O'Reilly often refers to what exits his motor mouth as "theses" and "analyses." It's known in psychology as overcompensating for one's inadequacies, in this more…

McGreevey, resign now!

by Kevin McCullough -- Gov. James McGreevey owes it to the taxpayers of New Jersey to resign today – not on Nov. 15. McGreevey has consistently put the well-being of New Jersey more…

Al-Qaida's diamonds are for never

by Michael Evans -- Editor's note: Mike Evans' new book, "The American Prophecies," topped best-seller charts even before its release, knocking Bill Clinton's "My Life" off the No. 2 spot on Amazon more…

Fighting the Vietnam war all over again

by Bill Press -- It's not even Labor Day, but we already know what will be the "seminal issue" of this election. No, it's not health care, education, jobs or the economy. more…

Selling America out to 13 Democrats

by Michael Reagan -- For some insane reason, the State Department has caved in to the outrageous demands of 13 House Democrats that foreign observers be invited to monitor the fall presidential more…

Kerry's self-woven foreign-policy web

by David Limbaugh -- Poor John Kerry. He has finally nuanced himself into foreign policy schizophrenia. It may not matter to the unconditional Bush-hater segment of his base, but it ultimately might more…

The partisan peril

by Dick Morris -- It is hard to believe, but recent polling by the Fox News Channel suggests that more than a third of American voters believe that the Bush administration is more…