Kofi Annan's amazing analysis

by Hal Lindsey -- Kofi Annan recently told a U.S. reporter that any suggestion that the United Nations was anti-American was "unfair" and "unfortunate" – he left out illegal and fattening. "The more…

Honesty during the holiday season

by Larry Elder -- While recently driving and listening to National Public Radio, I heard a piece on holiday homelessness. During this time of the year, one frequently hears stories about the more…

Democratic Party – new and improved?

by Craige McMillan -- On Nov. 13, I wrote about Hungarian financier George Soros' acquisition of the Democratic Party for $15 million in cash and $75 million in long-term debt. This week, more…

Where are all the guns?

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How Bush can lose

by Joseph Farah -- There's a kind of smug self-confidence emerging in the Bush White House based largely on incompetence in the Democratic Party, an improving economy and better news on the more…

Dr. Laura does it again

by Joseph Farah -- The very building block of Western Civilization – the nuclear family – is under attack. It's getting "nuked" on all fronts. Cultural terrorists seek to destroy our concept more…

The criminal raid on Social Security

by Michelle Malkin -- My 8-week-old son's Social Security card recently arrived in the mail. On the back, there's a stern warning: "Improper use of this card or number by anyone is more…

This'll be an interesting political year

by David Limbaugh -- It's inevitable that 2004 will be a particularly interesting year in politics – on both sides of the political aisle, but mostly on the Democratic side. As of more…

Dean: A prophet ahead of his time?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- WASHINGTON, D.C. – Within four weeks, the Democratic nominee will probably be known, and this city believes it will almost surely be Howard Dean. The Iowa caucuses on more…

An urban legend

by Walter Williams -- Literally hundreds of readers informed me that in last week's column, "Some Things I Wonder About," my reference to a Merv Grazinski of Oklahoma City – who set more…