An Army of 3

by David Hackworth -- Last September, Army Sgt. Ken Eiland was sent to Bosnia, a very dangerous place even during the best of times, while his wife, Tina, remained at her job more…

Medicine's mantra:
Better off dead

by Rebecca Hagelin -- The last time I saw my father he was standing on his stoop, sweetly smiling and waving goodbye. As we backed out of his driveway one month ago, more…

The earthquake in France

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Non" screamed the single-word headline in Liberation. "The French political system, tottering for years, has imploded," howled the editorial. Now, any election that can produce that kind of more…

Elie Wiesel: Give back the Nobel prize

by Dennis Prager -- Dear Elie: Though we have not met often, you and I have known each other for more than 30 years, ever since the late 1960s when we worked more…

Examining 'evidence' of Lincoln's tyranny

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In a recent WND interview with Geoff Metcalf, Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo suggested that those who have found fault with his recent book, "The Real Lincoln," and its thesis more…

Who needs a coalition?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What the hell is this coalition thing anyway? Why does anybody believe we need Arab support to launch a strike against Iraq? Our Arab "allies"? Saudi Arabia is more…

Alan Keyes is wrong!

by Joel Miller -- Alan Keyes yesterday defended Attorney General John Ashcroft's butt-in to Oregon euthanasia policies by appealing, in part, to the federal Controlled Substances Act. "Ashcroft has challenged the legality more…

From the outside looking in

by -NO AUTHOR- -- JERUSALEM – I've been looking at Israel through outside eyes this week. Since Israel's fight against terror has become the hottest new world media story, hordes of eager more…

Who's making the laws?

by Henry Lamb -- Congressman Ed Markey, D-Mass., had a conniption fit the other day, when he learned that the Department of Interior had sent a videotape to the news media which more…

What, me biased?

by Vox Day -- One of the benefits of an addiction to pop history is that one finds oneself equipped with a formidable array of useless trivia. For instance, I have been more…