The history of American Reds

by Joseph Farah -- America, what a country! The New York Times reports that the Communist Party USA has donated a vast collection of its photographs and documents – including smuggled directives more…

Affirmative Action: An abject failure

by Letter of the Week -- After 15 years overseeing Affirmative Action programs, I wonder why they exist. These programs have done little, if anything, to move society closer to the one described by more…

Blood on their hands

by Melanie Morgan -- The shameful members of the U.S. Senate (48 Democrats plus two despicable Republicans) who voted to undercut the missions of our troops in Iraq have a lot to more…

The Grand Family of America's birthday

by Doug Phillips -- If you were standing on the hallowed grounds of the James River for the 1807 Jubilee – the 200th birthday celebration of the founding of Jamestown and the more…

Mugabe, Mbeki, Maliki: They're our boys

by Ilana Mercer -- "Zimbabwe's Opposition Leader Is Seized," blared the New York Times. "Zimbabwe's police have launched a new crackdown on the opposition," the BBC chimed, decrying the arrest of Morgan more…

The mid-life crisis of the EU

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The 50th birthday of the European Union, born in Rome in March 1957 as the European Economic Community or Common Market – of Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Holland more…

Missile witnesses needed now

by Jack Cashill -- What prompts this column is an e-mail I received last week from a retired USNR commander and former TWA pilot, with whom I had had no prior contact. more…

Ethanol: Time to steer away

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Good news: President Bush and Congress have found an energy policy they can agree on. Bad news: They both want to expand the use of ethanol. This week, more…

Almost news

by Larry Elder -- Note to readers: The following column is intended as satire. This just in ... As family pets continue to die as a result of tainted pet food, congressional more…

No more women in combat

by Joseph Farah -- British sailor Faye Turney may not be the first military person who capitulated to pressure – or torture – by the enemy by providing a public "confession" of more…