Democrats in Baghdad

by David Limbaugh -- The Democratic leadership is in a state of perpetual feigned outrage over charges that Democrats are soft on defense and national security. Until they muzzle their cast of more…

Torch Swan-Song Trilogy

by Joseph Farah -- Boo-hoo-hoo. Sen. Robert Torricelli, D-N.J., a no-good, cheap, on-the-take, crooked politician, cried like a little baby as he announced he would call off his bid for re-election – more…

Thompson spared Torch

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Not long after GOP Sen. Fred Thompson opened his Chinagate hearings in July 1997, his office received an anonymous package. The manila envelope contained dirt on more…

Let's talk before we shoot

by David Hackworth -- War is a deadly serious business. If you have any doubts, ask the families of the fighters who either didn't come home or came back hurting. It should more…

The losing record of cohabitation

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Recent figures show that more than half of all couples who plan to get married live together first. No wonder today's divorce rate is so high. The numbers more…

The horror never ends

by Barbara Simpson -- They'd lost everything. Their home and property and everything else. It was all stolen by their own government for one reason. They were white. They got out with more…

The war vote

by Vox Day -- The senior Democratic leadership says that the Bush administration should not politicize the war on Iraq. Let me get this straight. They are saying that in what passes more…

Death sentence for Jesus play shows Islamic isolation

by Michael Medved -- This time, religious conservatives have gone too far: they've issued a death sentence on an award winning gay playwright who wrote disrespectfully about Jesus Christ. If fundamentalist Christians more…

I got fired by the Jerusalem Post

by Joseph Farah -- Just about two years ago, I received an e-mail from an excited publisher of the Jerusalem Post. With my permission, he had run a column I had written more…

The dog days of capitalism

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- As Americans debate the wisdom – or folly – of war on Iraq, someone had best look in on the global economy. For it has taken on a more…