Victim of democracy

by Kyle Williams -- Ah, the smell of politics is in the air this Christmas season. Indeed, the now-infamous Sen. Trent Lott doesn't appear to be having a very merry Christmas, and more…

Palestinian TV: 'Proud'
of our 'martyrs'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Palestinian television broadcast an interview with a mother who prayed during a pilgrimage to Mecca that her son would die fighting against Israel. The mother also launched into more…

'The Last Jihad'

by David Limbaugh -- I assume that many of you fellow right-wing conspirators have heard about Joel Rosenberg's gripping page-turner "The Last Jihad" by now, but have you bought or read it? more…

What stinks about Washington

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- He was an ancient among the boys of the Greatest Generation. Thirty-nine years old, a sitting judge at the time of Pearl Harbor, he resigned from the bench more…

Who is Issam Fares?

by Joseph Farah -- Have you ever wondered why government officials take certain actions in spite of common sense, U.S. interests, even their own stated policy positions? For instance, I have wondered more…

Heroes amidst the scandal

by Ellen Ratner -- This week, 58 Boston-area Catholic priests did more to emulate the moral courage of the early church fathers (and mothers) than anything the American Catholic bishops have done more…

The bogus anti-Muslim hate-crime wave

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Did vengeful Americans unleash an orgy of anti-Muslim violence in the wake of 9-11? You'd think so to judge by the media coverage that followed the recent release more…

Old globalists never die

by Jon Dougherty -- Old globalists never die … they just keep getting reappointed. I was reminded of that last month when President Bush [re]appointed Henry Kissinger, a former national security adviser more…

Humpty Dumpty landed in D.C.

by Thomas Jipping -- Since, according to the media at least, there's no media bias, something else must explain the odd-ball things appearing in the paper lately. Just two days ago, for more…

The sword of Jesus

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: From 1907 through 1925, Harold Bell Wright was the best-selling author of fiction in the world. He wrote eight books that sold over 1 million copies more…