The resultant strife of government control

by Walter Williams -- Some people complain about bitter partisan politics. I welcome it. The greater the number of decisions made in the political arena the greater the conflict. Let's look at more…

The terrifying logic of pro-aborts

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It remains incontrovertible fact you cannot possess legal abortion in society and still retain fundamental, universal and unalienable rights for all. I argued this with a table of more…

The Stephen Douglas of the 2008 race

by Jill Stanek -- A week before the National Right to Life Committee endorsed Fred Thompson, I blogged he had disqualified himself from my list of presidential primary picks following his Nov. more…

I walk the line badly

by Burt Prelutsky -- I've been in the Writers Guild of America for nearly 40 years. That means that during the first two decades of my TV writing career, I was on more…

Begging forgiveness of Islam?

by Joseph Farah -- It was predictable in this age of wishful thinking. After 138 Muslim leaders last month wrote an open letter to Christendom calling ostensibly for peaceful coexistence and mutual more…

America: Freefalling into darkness

by Mychal Massie -- It's an old adage that "if you walk too far on a short plank, you will fall off." That fits well with my grandmother's saying "it's a long more…

Fred Thompson: Fence rider

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As my previous columns have proved, the real Fred Thompson (as opposed to the roles he portrays in movies and on TV) is not the type of politician more…

You call this a peace conference?

by Les Kinsolving -- From Cairo, the Associated Press reported: "Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations grudgingly agreed today to attend next week's peace conference despite failing to get any guarantee of more…