GOP's Trojan jackass

by Linda Bowles -- The liberal establishment put forward its best candidate in South Carolina, and he lost. Despite the best efforts of Democrats, liberal independents, and most of the mainstream media more…

Mr. Cohen: Beat feet in retreat

by David Hackworth -- The Pentagon frequently has trouble knowing when to retreat. It has a record of defending the indefensible, whether a flawed weapon system, a wrongheaded personnel policy or a more…

Where Reform goes from here

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Nothing in particular went wrong for John McCain in the South Carolina Republican primary. It's just that things went right -- in both senses of the word -- more…

Backward, Christian soldiers

by Chuck Baldwin -- The Washington Post ran an interesting story early last week. In a nutshell, the article reported that conservative Christian activism has "gone cold." Where thousands of evangelicals and more…

Re-evaluating Clinton's Haiti

by Jane Chastain -- When ticking off his foreign policy accomplishments, President Clinton always has listed "restored democracy to Haiti," at or near the top. However, in this year's State of the more…

Why Helms is wrong about U.N.

by Joseph Farah -- I just caught up with the full text of Sen. Jesse Helms' address to the United Nations last month. I had read news accounts that made it sound more…

Getting in the arena

by Geoff Metcalf -- Last year about this time I emceed a panel at a "Preparedness Expo" in Sacramento, Calif. The panel covered a wide spectrum of conservative luminaries including WorldNetDaily founder more…

Trading with the enemy

by J.R. Nyquist -- President Richard Nixon is best remembered for "opening" up China. Most pundits believe this was a good move. But how can they rationalize this? Nearly 30 years ago more…

Passel of presidents

by Judy Lowe -- Today's schoolkids probably don't know that once upon a time, February saw the celebration of two holidays -- Washington's and Lincoln's birthdays. But in 1971 the two holidays, more…

Stopping U.S. war machine

by Jon Dougherty -- I often wonder, as I'm sure many readers have done, what our founding fathers would think about the way our political system actually operates today. My initial gut more…