When atrocities are acceptable

by Hal Lindsey -- Two different stories carried in the same issue of the Jerusalem Post shine a spotlight on the contrasts that exist between the world in which Israel lives and more…

Who are the real homophobes?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Demonstrating the commitment the far left has to elevating the level of civil discourse in our society, belligerent homosexual Rep. Barney Frank recently resorted to name-calling in an more…

Should we kill the Fed?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- For the financial crisis that has wiped out trillions in wealth, many have felt the lash of public outrage. Fannie and Freddie. The idiot-bankers. The AIG bonus babies. more…

Gangsta gifts

by Ilana Mercer -- "Hip" is how rapt reporters referred to the iPod the president and first lady gave the queen of England. Thanks to his fawning friends in the British and more…

Why $4 gas will seem cheap

by -NO AUTHOR- -- One of the many economic trials and tribulations suffered by the American populace in 2008 was the runaway cost of oil. Remember paying nearly $4 a gallon for more…

Political courage – British-style

by Larry Elder -- The Republicans finally found a leader. Too bad he's a Brit. Daniel Hannan, who represents Southeast England in the European Parliament, stood up in that chamber and forcefully more…

And they said it wasn't a 'holy war'

by Erik Rush -- In the 2008 film "Traitor," U.S. Army Special Forces Staff Sgt. Samir Horn (Don Cheadle) is an engineering and explosives expert recruited by the U.S. government to infiltrate more…

Laptop use: Too much of a good thing

by Phil Elmore -- Have you ever spent 36 hours typing on a laptop? I have. Recently, while finishing a novel, I spent 36 hours straight working on a laptop computer. I more…