The Rev. Al Sharpton – Democrats' moral compass

by Larry Elder -- Democratic presidential candidate the Rev. Al Sharpton, at the recent Democratic debate in Boston, took the front-runner, former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, to task. Dean's sin? Dean, in more…

Uncle Samson?

by Joseph Farah -- What is the source of America's strength? Some say it is our diversity. Some say it is our political system. Some say it is our military power. Some more…

Soros buys a donkey

by Craige McMillan -- "I've come to the conclusion that one can do a lot more about the issues I care about by changing the government than by pushing the issues." – more…

The problem with 'docudramas'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The recent flap over the CBS miniseries "The Reagans" – and the network's decision not to broadcast it after loud protests by Reagan's admirers – raised anew the more…

Remove Dennis Kucinich's feeding tube!

by Ann Coulter -- In the current battle over whether to remove the feeding tube from Florida woman Terri Schiavo, the basic positions are: She is in a permanent vegetative state; no more…

Multilateralism 'til we're blue in the face

by David Limbaugh -- The War on Terror was always going to be the driving issue for Democrats in the 2004 presidential election, but now that the economy is doing well, they more…

A tale of two memos

by Hugh Hewitt -- The tale of two memos illustrates much that divides Republicans from Democrats. The first memo was authored by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. It was leaked from the more…

Hamburger-handed: Ribbing McDonald's

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Way back, in the dim, distant days of the departed 20th century, nutritional guru Nathan Pritikin envisioned 24-hour health-food take-out joints all over America. Though, sad to say, more…

A politician's public service

by Walter Williams -- Presidential aspirant Rep. Dick Gephardt, D-Mo., unwittingly performed a public service in his address to the Teamsters Local 238 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, last month. He revealed the more…

Meet a real capitalist pig

by Joseph Farah -- I've always hated the term "capitalist pig." In fact, I always thought it was kind of funny – ludicrous funny, not ha-ha funny. Even when I was rather more…