7 dead, no guns

by Joseph Farah -- The big story last week was the bloody massacre in Sacramento, Calif., where a Ukrainian ?migr? is suspected of slashing to death his pregnant wife and six other more…

The silence is deafening

by Hugh Hewitt -- In the spring of 1998, I interviewed Gray Davis for the Los Angeles PBS affiliate, KCET. I asked the then lieutenant and now ungovernor a very straightforward question: more…

Easy training, hard combat

by David Hackworth -- Many of our country's military problems cause me heartburn: The headlong, reckless rush to Star Wars II, the failure of defense leaders to do the right thing, the more…

Contrition and comebacks

by Paul Sperry -- After Gary Condit choked in his TV comeback attempt, many pundits here – even a few on the right – quipped, almost wistfully, "He's no Bill Clinton." They more…

A reason to live, a reason to die

by Linda Bowles -- I never thought I would live to see the day when a major party would fully commit itself to a pro-tax, big government strategy and expect to win more…

Food-chain folly

by David Limbaugh -- There are more uncanny similarities between the Clinton and Condit affairs than between the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations. So why are Democrats reacting so differently to Condit? Clinton more…

When Hansel becomes Gretel

by Debbie Schlussel -- Remember "Rocky Horror Picture Show"? The overrated '70s film was anointed "campy," "cool," and a "cult classic," mostly because it features freaks and weirdoes – a transsexual singing more…

Condirt soils the sheets

by Geoff Metcalf -- A great deal of copy has been written in the wake of the pathetic, awful, embarrassing Gary Condit prime-time implosion. I had hoped that I could avoid writing more…

Negotiations: Waterloo of the West

by Don Feder -- Yasser Arafat, the Don Corleone of suicide bombers, is willing to take time out from terrorism to negotiate with his victims. On Friday, Arafat declared himself "ready at more…