Nuking bunkers

by Gordon Prather -- Just before Christmas, a few days after President Bill Clinton had been impeached by the House of Representatives, Clinton received "intelligence" from Iraqi "exiles" that Saddam Hussein and more…

Revs arrive, truth dies

by Craig R. Smith -- Over the last month the story of the Duke Lacrosse team has been front and center on the radar screen of every news outlet in America. While I more…

The wails over the wall

by Ilana Mercer -- The cameras don't often linger at the site of a suicide bombing in Israel. Most reporters prefer the "occupied territories," where they can set up shop and await more…

War has been declared

by Joseph Farah -- We often talk about the illegal-immigration crisis as an "invasion." Some surely consider that hyperbole. Invasion? Isn't an invasion part of an act of war? That's right. And more…

Full circle

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I awoke early in the morning on Oct. 24, 2004, and took off my silver necklace that had the name, Allah, written on it in Arabic. It felt more…

Uniting the conservative movement

by Melanie Morgan -- Let's be honest with each other, shall we? Brothers and sisters in arms within the conservative movement are dealing body blows to each other, and the four-decade surge more…

Benjamin Netanyahu's fall from grace

by Michael Evans -- Many Americans know that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was incapacitated by a stroke nearly four months ago, and that his Kadima Party under Ehud Olmert won the election. more…

Dan Brown and "The Voltaire Code"

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "A secret Academy of which Voltaire was the president ... Fabrication of books of all kinds against Christianity ... books imputed as posthumous to deceased writers of reputation more…

How great powers become great

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The economic growth of 10 percent recorded by China in 2005 would seem to contradict a tenet of faith of all good democratic capitalists. China's performance tells us more…