The jury is out ... to lunch

by Burt Prelutsky -- Editor's note: Get the book that made Joseph Farah laugh for six straight hours. Burt Prelutsky is America's favorite humorist – the man who invented political incorrectness. "Conservatives more…

Simpletons in the press

by Joseph Farah -- I'll bet many of my colleagues in the press were smiling and congratulating themselves over their Alan Keyes /Mary Cheney "gotcha" story. In case you missed it, that more…

Pollardites in the Pentagon?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In 1987, Jonathan Pollard, U.S. Navy intelligence analyst, was imprisoned for life for selling a roomful of U.S. secret documents to Israel. Tel Aviv refused to return them. more…

Biohazard bags & buckets

by Jill Stanek -- Three weeks ago, I wrote about specific instances of babies being aborted alive in hospitals around the country and allowed to die with no medical intervention. That column more…

Wrong directions

by Hugh Hewitt -- "If there is any lesson about this election, conducted in a supercharged atmosphere created by 24-hour news cycles and the chaotic power of the Internet, it is that more…

My Misery Index

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The Misery Index is not just something invented by wimpy political parodists suffering from too much sofrito on their seitan. Apparently the index has existed for decades, and more…

Income inequality

by Walter Williams -- Last month, the U.S. Bureau of the Census reported its findings on income and poverty. Median real income remained constant between 2002 and 2003 at $43,000; the official more…

Who drew first blood?

by David Limbaugh -- The prevalence of mainstream media liberal bias is a truism, but people generally think about it as merely an ideological slant on the reporting. But in this year's more…