Drugs for the 'Gimme Generation'

by Neal Boortz -- Sometime before Thanksgiving, the Congress may finish work on a nifty new prescription-drug benefit for the Gimme Generation – the Medicare "why should I be responsible for paying more…

Is there steel in Bush's spine?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- With the World Trade Organization's backing, Europe just issued an ultimatum to the United States. Either President Bush repeals the tariffs he imposed to save the U.S. steel more…

Dis 'em when they're dead

by Barbara Simpson -- Jesus was married, Pocahontas was a "medicine woman" and a spy, Ronald Reagan was a foul-mouthed, anti-homosexual simpleton and Nancy Reagan was the brains and manipulator of the more…

The irrational atheist

by Vox Day -- The idea that he is a devotee of reason seeing through the outdated superstitions of other, lesser beings is the foremost conceit of the proud atheist. This heady more…

Leadership by example

by Ellen Ratner -- Last week, President Bush declared he'd like to see democracy break out in the Middle East (whether they want it or not; whether they can manage it or more…

Defining 'the mainstream'

by Michael Ackley -- The case against Janice Rogers Brown boils down to the fact she is too hostile to government. So says Sen. Diane Feinstein. As evidence of this hostility, we more…

Limbaugh's new 12-step program!

by Doug Powers -- Rush Limbaugh is out of the treatment center and back on the air, and this may be the most critical phase of his recovery. I hope this tailor-made, more…

Well, here we go again

by Joseph Farah -- Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia are expected to meet to restart the so-called "peace process." Here we go again. I hear more…

The persecution of Christian judges

by Jerry Falwell -- As I write this column, a dramatic debate is taking place in the U.S. Senate chamber. The "Justice for Judges" debate initiated by Republicans began Wednesday evening as more…

A Marshall Plan for our DNA?

by David Limbaugh -- "Is war our biological destiny?" That is the question posed in a recent New York Times article by Natalie Angier. "In these days of hidebound militarism and round-robin more…