Darth Democrat

by Mychal Massie -- He is eloquent, well spoken, with a membrane-thin veiled socialist agenda cloaked in flowery speech. But unlike Rep. Harold Ford, D-Tenn. – who had to be reminded by more…

Fallujah: Saved for democracy?

by David Hackworth -- Editor's note: Eilhys England contributed to this column.Fallujah predictably fell like a bowling pin, proving once again that an insurgent force can't withstand the awesome air and ground more…

A few bad apples

by Ellen Ratner -- Hundreds of hours and thousands of pages later, the government would have us believe that the Abu Ghraib fiasco can be summed up as an unfortunate incident that more…

Come again?

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

It's no Dutch Treat anymore

by Barbara Simpson -- One of the most liberal countries in the world is suddenly feeling the pain of the war of terrorism. The Netherlands, long a haven of those who want more…

Outside the asylum

by Vox Day -- It was both tragic and metaphorically apropos. Only five days after the Democratic Party committed electoral suicide by casting stones at military veterans and embracing the attempt of more…

Bush betrayal on illegals

by Joseph Farah -- It didn't take long for President Bush to betray those who returned him to office for another four years. The first big insult to his base came this more…

How goes the culture war?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Evangelical Christians and traditional Catholics who trooped to the polls in 11 states to reject the legalization of marriage between homosexuals are celebrating a great victory in America's more…

How shall 'gay' activists now live?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In the stillness of the night, what does a homosexual activist believe in now? The record is clear. Two-thirds to three fourths of voters in at least 13 more…

Political PEST control

by Doug Powers -- As if psychologists didn't have enough avenues from which to reap fortunes off our loopiness and occasional gullibility, along comes a new malady found exclusively among Kerry supporters, more…