Yasser Arafat and the 'peace process'

by Larry Elder -- "... There have been suicide bombings, targeted assassinations, mortar attacks," said PBS' Gwen Ifill about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict when she hosted the vice-presidential debate, "all of this continuing more…

The age of the presstitutes is over

by Craige McMillan -- The election battle is over, but the mainline media's war against America continues. The Western press seems only vaguely aware of videotaped beheadings, ritualistic aid worker murders, and more…

Origins of 'Hate America'

by Hal Lindsey -- Watching the latest liberal media feeding frenzy over a Marine shooting an allegedly wounded and unarmed terrorist who was no threat brought back memories of the 1960s. I more…

The ACLU must be destroyed

by Joseph Farah -- Most Americans just laughed and shook our heads in disbelief years ago when a handful of extremists began systematically targeting the Boy Scouts as a "subversive organization." But more…

The death of Bradley McGee

by Michelle Malkin -- Bradley Gene McGee was tortured and beaten to death 15 years ago. Thanks to our senseless courts, one of his callous killers is free to strike again. Bradley more…

The sweetheart contract with Sharon

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "In a better world, the PLO chief would have met his end on a gallows, hanged for mass murder much as the Nazi chiefs were hanged at Nuremberg. more…

The legacy of Reed Irvine

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The passing of Reed Irvine on Nov. 16, 2004, comes at a time when his war against the Big Media has achieved some notable successes. In the 35 more…

Renovate my country?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- If only it were this simple: "Chevy – Turn the Key and Start a Revolution!" Yes, Revolution is in the crisp autumn air – even if it's just more…

Get the blues

by Jill Stanek -- If President Bush is the Godly man pro-lifers believed him to be when they voted to re-elect him, he will advance our cause, as he is able. He more…

Changing of the guard

by Hugh Hewitt -- With the announcement of William Safire's retirement, the New York Times faces an important choice: Will Safire be replaced with a center-right scribbler, or will the Times be more…