Raped in class

by Judith Reisman -- Amnesty International is outraged. And rightly so. The organization is incensed about "the scale of rape by [Liberian] security forces against women and girls – some as young more…

Fiscally 'conservative' Republicans?

by Jon Dougherty -- In today's politicalspeak, the term "conservative" means, "marked by moderation or caution." To be a "conservative" politician throughout most of the past century has usually meant that said more…

Skin color is meaningless

by John N. Doggett -- Last week I wrote about my displeasure at being invited to a Republican Minority Conference in Florida. I said then that I am an American, not a minority. more…

This way, Dr. Mengele

by Joseph Farah -- Most Americans don't see it – yet. They think President Bush gave a thoughtful, moderate, Solomon-like policy speech on stem-cell research. They don't recognize that Bush has opened more…

A piece of the action

by Bill Steigerwald -- 'Tis the dog days of August, a chance to spend some quality time with Vanity Fair and Talk, a pair of high-end monthlies that are, as usual, swollen more…

Too smart by half

by Bob Howard -- Are you smart? I am. Boy I am smart. In fact, I am smarter than most of you. This, of course, is how many of us feel when more…

Cracks appear in fuel-tank charade

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: James Sanders, a former police officer turned investigative reporter, co-writes this report with Jack Cashill. Sanders is the author of "The Downing of TWA Flight 800" more…

The worm in your electronic gut

by J.R. Nyquist -- It crawls and it's sneaky. Above all, it wants to distribute your personal computer files to the world at large. This is one mean worm, discovered on July more…

Post bats for Bush?

by Thomas Jipping -- Recent research has exposed the liberal bias of the American Bar Association in evaluating candidates for nomination to the federal bench. The media establishment is just as biased. more…