The Fast Food III vs. The Whopper

by Larry Elder -- Stop me before I eat again! This explains a recently filed lawsuit against four fast-food restaurant chains: McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's and KFC Corporation. A lawyer, seeking to more…

Libertarian wrangling

by Ilana Mercer -- Harry Browne knows how to put a guest at ease on his libertarian show on Radio America. But even a consummate gentleman like Harry can't mask the fact more…

Nine miracles in one day

by Hal Lindsey -- It was an unlikely outcome. All nine of the miners trapped 240 feet under the earth were rescued – alive, and apparently none the worse for wear after more…

Emotional rescue

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Just 10 miles from the grassy field where hijacked Flight 93 slammed down aflame in Pennsylvania on 9-11, killing all 40 passengers and crew aboard, Somerset County rescuers more…

Thinking like a terrorist

by Joseph Farah -- I wonder if our "Office of Homeland Security" has experts sitting around thinking like terrorists. If I was the director of that office, there are many things I more…

A legacy of shame

by Hugh Hewitt -- Sen. Patrick Leahy has set himself on a course that will link him to the legacy of another famous name from the Senate's past – Joe McCarthy. Like more…

What or who is the market?

by Walter Williams -- Every day, we hear something about markets. Your 6 o'clock news anchor might say, "The market had a bad day." Last year, Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Alan Greenspan more…

Losing the home front

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Not a year has elapsed since the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon that killed 3,000 Americans. Yet the national consensus behind the war on terror more…

The OKC-9/11 connection, again

by Joseph Farah -- For more than 10 months, I have been wondering out loud if the FBI and other federal authorities would take a new look at the broader conspiracy of more…

Finding joy while saying 'goodbye'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- While the rising summer sun chased away night's darkest hours, my somber privilege was to be holding my mother's soft, swollen hand as she left the painful confines more…