Whistling Dixie

by Joseph Farah -- Some 46,000 people marched to South Carolina's Statehouse on Martin Luther King Day to demand the Confederate flag, which they described as a symbol of slavery and racism, more…

Left in the dust:

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Now that I've become a somewhat famous political person, a lot of folks are wondering where all the sensationalistic criticisms of me are coming from. The answer is more…

Shooting for the sewer

by Linda Bowles -- It is not widely understood that America is in the midst of a radical cultural shift. Admittedly, it is difficult, when in the middle of events and caught more…

Internet 'gossip' vs. real reporting

by Joseph Farah -- The No. 2 newspaper in our nation's capital caught up with the Jane Fonda story last Friday, more than a week after it was broken in WorldNetDaily. "News more…

Nationalizing congressional elections

by David Limbaugh -- While Republicans are investing much energy in the presidential race they may be losing sight of the other half of the equation. Regardless of whether they win the more…

In the top brass we don't trust

by David Hackworth -- Talk about taking flak! In last week's column I wrote, "If Gore becomes the prez, I bet a six-pack not one serving admiral or general will sell his more…

The patriot and the deserter

by J.R. Nyquist -- Lord Chesterfield once wrote that he would rather be in the company of a dead man than an absent one. The reason, he said, is that while a more…

Incrementalism on steroids

by Geoff Metcalf -- The federal government (and especially this current administration) appears at times to be conducting a jihad against the privacy rights of the people they are supposed to represent. more…

Jane Fonda, me and the Lord

by Joseph Farah -- And you, that were sometime alienated and enemies in (your) mind by wicked works, yet now hath he reconciled. --Colossians 1:21 I met Jane Fonda when I was more…