The good news about Islam

by Jim Rutz -- I thought you might be ready for some encouraging words about Islam and its deadly branch, radical Islamism. So here it is: The whole religion is heading toward more…

Explaining Jews, part 3: A very insecure people

by Dennis Prager -- On Jan. 21 in Paris, a gang of Muslims intent on kidnapping Jews kidnapped 23-year-old Ilan Halimi. Reciting verses from the Quran in phone conversations demanding money from more…

Remembrance: The father of our country

by Les Kinsolving -- In most of the surveys of today's public opinion as to who was the greatest of all our presidents, Abraham Lincoln usually leads – with George Washington near more…

They'd rather swallow a camel

by Mychal Massie -- My grandmother used to say "grunt at a gnat and swallow a camel," which was her variation on the Lord's quote, "Strain [out] a gnat and swallow a more…

Use credit cards responsibly?

by Dave Ramsey -- Use credit cards responsibly? Exclusive: Dave Ramsey also examines replacement insurance, company perks Use credit cards responsibly? Dear Dave, Why are you against the responsible use of credit more…

Boycott Chevron

by Joseph Farah -- Al Gore got his share of criticism for attacking his country while on hostile, foreign soil last week. And, of course, he deserved it. In case you missed more…

Sailing on to media suicide

by Barbara Simpson -- Good old Ann Compton, the long-time voice on ABC radio and TV news, showed just how single-minded and out of touch the Old Media are. She's part of more…

Air power and low probability

by Vox Day -- The war drums are beating, and yet the administration is uncharacteristically reserved. Is it possible that it has learned a degree of humility at last? Even a world-straddling more…

Churchill, Hitler and Newt

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- You can always tell when the War Party wants a new war. They will invariably trot out the Argumentum ad Hitlerum. Before the 1991 Gulf War, Saddam had more…

Who'd be great in '08?

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…