Bipartisan senatorial grandstanding

by David Limbaugh -- I thought President Bush has been lying to us about our troop requirements in Iraq and that the generals were too afraid of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to more…

3 big losses last week

by Joseph Farah -- For most of the press and pundits and, certainly, the party establishments, last week's election was a numbers game. It wasn't so much about personalities and candidates and more…

Where were the anti-Semites Election Day?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Statistics about the election have been cascading down upon us like a heavy Pacific Northwest rainstorm. However, one astounding fact about the 110th Congress has been studiously avoided. more…

The purpose-driven lie

by Joseph Farah -- Rick Warren wrote to me this morning to protest this column. He claims he didn't say anything he was actually quoted as saying by the official press in more…

U.S. has the means – but lacks the will

by Craige McMillan -- First off, to the 40 percent of Americans who voted in this election, let me say, "Thank you." Regardless of how you voted, at least you thought about more…

The downing of Rep. Curt Weldon

by Jack Cashill -- It was a real Cinderella story. When last heard from, Virginia resident Joe Sestak had been – in the words of the Philadelphia Inquirer – "unceremoniously fired" from more…

God versus science

by Robert Ringer -- As Islam's holy war against the civilized world continues to heat up, it causes one to increasingly reflect on the Muslim's god of death and destruction, known to more…

On Iraq: OK, Democrats, now what?

by Larry Elder -- Democrats take charge! For the Republicans' loss of Congress, credit public anger over Iraq. Not just because, as the president put it, "Iraq is not working well enough, more…

W's amnesty train full speed ahead?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- With the resignation of Republican National Committee Chair Ken Mehlman, President Bush intends to fill the post with Florida's Mel Martinez, a Hispanic who led the battle in more…