Movement in D.C. on FBI cover-up

by Jack Cashill -- Serious movement in D.C. – and if I hadn't been there, I would not have believed it. For several months Joan Wire and her daughter have been trying more…

Who's influencing your kids?

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Any parent who doubts the need for great vigilance in our Internet age should take note of a recent survey conducted by the National Center for Missing and more…

Moral equivalency dooms civilization

by Craige McMillan -- The wrongs which we seek to condemn and punish have been so calculated, so malignant and so devastating, that civilization cannot tolerate their being ignored because it cannot more…

Of Mel and Mahmoud

by Larry Elder -- When is a Jew-hater not a Jew-hater? Actor Mel Gibson's "Jews cause all the wars" drunk driving tirade elicited a coast-to-coast butt-whupping. A contrite Mel Gibson apologized – more…

Terrorists win: Deodorant banned from airplanes

by Ann Coulter -- Last week, British authorities arrested 24 members of a terrorist cell plotting to blow up about a dozen U.S.-bound planes simultaneously. As a result of those arrests, we more…

9/11 Bush bashers

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note, Aug. 17, 2006: In paragraph four of this column, the author makes an assertion about professor Steven Jones' remarks at a 9/11 symposium broadcast by C-SPAN. more…

The Sportswear Empire Strikes Back

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Fascinatingly enough, Reebok, the global clothing conglomerate, recently signed voluptuous cinema goddess Scarlett Johansson to prop up a drooping, um, bottom line by creating her own sports-inspired fashion more…

Academic elites: Anti-anti-communists

by Walter Williams -- Grove City College publishes an excellent newsletter titled "Visions and Values." Its July 2006 edition features an interview with Richard Pipes, acclaimed Russian historian and Harvard University professor more…

The judicial branch – more like a twig

by Burt Prelutsky -- A recent poll disclosed that of the three branches of government, the one most highly regarded was the judicial. I found it odd that most Americans felt that more…