Road map hits detour

by Hal Lindsey -- Ariel Sharon called off the so-called "Road Map To Peace" this week, following a wave of terror strikes in Israel including Jerusalem. Jerusalem had not been the target more…

While Nero fiddled in Baghdad ...

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – "Who knows?" Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld shrugged last week when asked whether Osama bin Laden was still calling the shots at al-Qaida. The man who's prosecuting more…

Does anyone really care anymore?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Imagine that you are a plumber or teacher or guitar player, working in the state of Maine. Imagine that some people who want your services – need to more…

The weather's great, wish I were here

by Ann Coulter -- RIO DE JANEIRO – Actually I'm in Brooklyn right now, but I'm counting on my employer to follow the strict fact-checking methods in operation at the New York more…

Slandering the military?

by Hugh Hewitt -- Hard-left Los Angeles Times' columnist Robert Scheer's Tuesday column should not be missed. In "Saving Private Lynch: Take 2" Scheer asserts that the rescue of Jessica Lynch was more…

Invade Long Island next?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Editor's note: Today's column is an invented work of satire and imagination, purely for parody purposes.President George W. Bush has announced the United State's next target of preemptive more…

Dopey ideas and expressions

by Walter Williams -- How many times have we applauded those who "made a difference in the lives of others" and been admonished to do the same? On the face of it, more…

Imposters in the air

by Michelle Malkin -- What good is the $5 billion Transportation Security Administration if it can't keep armed impostors from breezily bypassing security checkpoints and boarding planes? According to U.S. State Department more…

The New York Times' slide

by Joseph Farah -- I was just leafing through the latest issue of Editor & Publisher, the trade journal of the newspaper industry. Yes, old habits die hard. I still read it. more…