Surprise! A Muslim is arrested

by Joseph Farah -- How do I put this delicately? Am I surprised that a Muslim was arrested for questioning in the D.C. sniper case? No. In fact, hours before the arrest more…

Talent vs. Carnahan

by David Limbaugh -- It's difficult to think of a more compelling reason to vote for Jim Talent for Senate than that the notoriously liberal St. Louis Post-Dispatch endorsed his opponent, Sen. more…

The usual suspects

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The people of Washington, D.C., breathed a little easier after authorities announced that two men, believed to be the key figures in the string of cold-blooded murders, had more…

Pay for failure

by Jon Dougherty -- Bureaucratic misconduct is always inexcusable, but its ill effects are amplified when a national emergency is afoot. When the country is in dire straits, what may ordinarily seem more…

Support a courageous filmmaker

by Joseph Farah -- Pierre Rehov doesn't have to make documentaries to earn a living. He lives a comfortable life in Paris. He's made wise investments. He has a successful business. He more…

More gun control, please

by Larry Elder -- More gun control, please! Gun-control proponents, predictably, in the wake of the Beltway sniper, urge still more gun-control laws. So, as news watchers sit through another round of more…

Forget the U.N.

by Henry Lamb -- The current impasse at the U.N. Security Council is a perfect example of why the United States cannot allow the U.N. to determine our policy or our actions. more…

An anniversary worth celebrating

by Harry Browne -- This Monday, Oct. 28, should be a national holiday. In addition to being my wife's birthday, it is the anniversary of the dedication of the Statue of Liberty more…

The forever war

by Doug Casey -- It would certainly appear that the Baby Bush, and his axis-of-evil advisers, are about to do Iraq. Not so long ago, Iraq was our steadfast ally and client more…

Children as guinea pigs

by Medicine Men -- "Let's do it for the children." How many times, over the last decade or two, have we heard the politicians intone that chant. But now that insufferably self-serving more…