In memory of Richard Grenier

by Joseph Farah -- I hate memorial columns. I hate reading them. And I hate writing them – particularly when they are about good friends, respected colleagues, contemporary heroes and personal role more…

How much for the war on terrorism?

by Walter Williams -- President George Bush's State of the Union address told us that legislation passed, expenditures made and troops deployed are just the beginning of our war on terrorism. But more…

Fear and loathing on the shopping trail

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Few folks will dispute how much I enjoy being a girly-girl. And yet, recently receiving a plump envelope with this moronic message printed on the outside gave me more…

No distinction between good, evil?

by Linda Bowles -- I would not be at all surprised to see John Walker Lindh appear on stage as the keynote speaker at the next Democrat National Convention. The theme of more…

Use freedom to fight back

by Joseph Farah -- An anti-gun group is actually trying to use the terrorist threat within America to justify tougher restrictions on purchasing firearms in the United States. I guess we should more…

No license to steal

by David Hackworth -- Sadly, most World War II vets, whose sacrifices brought us VE and VJ Day, will hear taps long before we celebrate VT (Victory over Terrorism) Day. And the more…

Death of real news

by Hugh Hewitt -- With listeners spread from Hawaii to Boston, it is not unusual to get a few e-mails asking for information on a particular story that I had referenced in more…

Uncle Sam's sugar shell game

by Jane Chastain -- Life Savers are as American as apple pie. With a roll of Life Savers tucked in your pocket or purse, you are set for the day. Stuck in more…