No tears for terrorists

by Michelle Malkin -- Get out your box of aloe vera-enriched, three-ply Kleenex tissues. The bleeding-heart defense team for convicted al-Qaida terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui wants to tell you a sob story. Like more…

An incurious Rumsfeld-bashing media

by David Limbaugh -- Anti-Bush forces are trying to build a momentum approaching critical mass to oust Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Rumsfeld has been one of the main focal points of the more…

Return of America first?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Friday's lead story in America's largest newspaper must have made for sober reading at AEI and the Council on Foreign Relations, the twin dorms that house the Wilsonian more…

Se habla entitlement

by Star Parker -- When it comes to matters of economy, I think of myself as libertarian. I believe in free markets, free trade and limited government. But I must confess, our more…

The war on boys

by Joseph Farah -- It's official now. No matter how you measure it, boys are failing in schools across America. That was the shocking report from the Voice of America last week. more…

All Americans must see 'United 93'

by Dennis Prager -- Universal's new movie, "United 93," is about United Airlines Flight 93, hijacked on 9-11 by Islamic terrorists shortly after leaving Newark, N.J., for San Francisco. The terrorists intended more…

So much for academic freedom ...

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Scott Savage is a peaceful, devout Quaker who, like the Amish, avoids much of modern technology, and by all accounts is a gentlemen in both his personal and more…

Where's the thanks in their message?

by Mychal Massie -- It is commonplace to hear people make claims of being "persons of faith" – persons who believe in a "higher being or power." Maybe they are, maybe they more…

Move from a house you hate?

by Dave Ramsey -- Move from a house you hate? Dear Dave, I hate the house we live in – the floor plan, age, the location – everything. When we bought the more…

No flood of support

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…