A deadly mix: Politics and theology

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What happens when you mix politics with religion? One answer is: something like what happened in Doha, Qatar, the other day when a group of Muslim theologians gathered more…

Rolling up the medical welcome mat

by Michelle Malkin -- No one can deny that the plight of Jesica Santillan, the sick teenager who mistakenly received organs at Duke University from a donor with a different blood type, more…

Iraq is part of terror war

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

It's the oil, stupid

by Hal Lindsey -- There are any one of a dozen reasons that explain the obstructionist tactics of the Germans and the French in recent weeks (and the Belgians, for no discernible more…

Saddam's defense

by Ellen Ratner -- In March 2003, American and British forces entered Iraq from the south through Kuwait, from the north through Turkey and the west from Jordan. Preceded by 72 hours more…

Dastardly Dems

by Thomas Jipping -- Here's a new strategy for getting Miguel Estrada confirmed to the U.S. Court of Appeals. Republicans should demand that he be treated at least as well as they more…

AARP lurches left

by -NO AUTHOR- -- If you're over 50 and a super achiever, you're probably either a scientist or a liberal activist. That's the gist of "The Fearless 50: America's Greatest Innovators," in more…

God, generals and Ted Turner

by Michael Medved -- Dear Ted Turner, At this advanced stage of your long and complicated career you have finally crossed the line – making a contribution to your country and its more…

The 1 weapon essential for victory

by Bob Just -- Editor's note: Current heightened concerns over another major terror attack on the American homeland make this 2003 column by Bob Just especially relevant. It reveals what a WMD more…

Guns at the big bench

by Jon Dougherty -- There may finally be an opportunity for the Supreme Court of the United States to rule on the nature of the Second Amendment. With any luck and no more…