Clueless cops crush Constitution

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A June 8 murder of two young people in rural Waleetka has provided the excuse for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, or OSBI, to behave as if more…

Passing of the torch to far leftists

by Jerome R. Corsi -- DENVER – The view from the Democratic National Convention from the inside is one not of party unity, but of a party torn apart, with a new group more…

Bush's legacy of domestic spying

by Nat Hentoff -- In his last months, the president is working to ensure that his successor, whomever that may be, will have the greatly expanded power of the executive branch (unprecedented more…

Obama's a victim of his own success

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Campaigns usually collapse because of gaffes – off-the-cuff actions that accidentally reveal the true nature of candidates. And the Barack Obama campaign has had more than its share more…

Pushing Russia into the cold

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- A year after taking power, in June 1934, Adolf Hitler made his first visit abroad – to his idol Benito Mussolini in Venice. Babbling on incessantly about "Mein more…

Joseph Farah is wrong … dead wrong

by Janet Porter -- Let me first say that I have a great deal of respect for Joseph Farah. When he built WorldNetDaily, he helped break the liberal stronghold on the media more…

Joseph Farah is wrong … dead wrong

by Janet Porter -- Let me first say that I have a great deal of respect for Joseph Farah. When he built WorldNetDaily, he helped break the liberal stronghold on the media more…

George Obama: Not 1 of 'the least of these'

by Mychal Massie -- If Barack Obama weren't so pathetic, he would be funny – but he isn't; he's prickish and offensive. And like the majority of his kind, he pompously presumes more…

On shooting taggers: Why right and left differ

by Dennis Prager -- Earlier this month, Andrew Sullivan, a well-known writer, once in the center, now on the left, nominated me for what is apparently his lowest badge of distinction for more…

Liberalism kills

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In a dirty and dusty clay home in ancient Judea, the wizened old man worked over the swollen body of the girl. She had committed that gravest of more…