Richard Clarke's politicized exit strategy

by Jack Cashill -- July 17 marks the 10th anniversary of the destruction of TWA Flight 800, the investigation of which represented the most conspicuous and consequential misdirection of justice in American more…

Where there's smoke there's ire

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Friend of mine, let's call her "Iris," keeps trying to stop smoking. Been having a devil of a time quitting. Oh, periodically "Iris" will get disgusted with herself more…

'Helping' Africa to death

by Walter Williams -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair, along with other G-8 leaders, has called for the doubling of foreign aid to African nations by 2010. The idea that foreign aid more…

The stained-glass ceiling

by Jill Stanek -- Those who don't know me may be surprised to learn I believe the Bible frees women to serve in church leadership just as men, provided they are gifted more…

Our soap opera culture

by Burt Prelutsky -- How, I wonder, did it come to pass that we've become a tabloid society? I'm not just referring to those junky scandal sheets they peddle at supermarket checkout more…

Seeing God in science

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The scientist who led the team that cracked the human genome, one of the most extraordinary scientific achievements of our time, is about to publish a book positing more…

The case for protecting Old Glory

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Yesterday, the Senate voted down a proposed constitutional amendment protecting the American flag from desecration. Every few years, the Senate considers a constitutional amendment to ban flag burning, more…

The terrorist-tipping Times

by Michelle Malkin -- The New York Times (proudly publishing all the secrets unfit to spill since 9-11) and its reckless anonymous sources (come out, come out, you cowards) tipped off terrorists more…

The passion of Superman

by Ted Baehr -- "Superman Returns," opening today, is one of the most clearly Christological allegorical movies ever made. It is so clear that it even has a discussion about the world's more…