The U.N.'s deafening silence

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Iran murders human-rights advocates and develops nuclear weapons while campaigning for a seat on the U.N. Human Rights Council. Why is Kofi Annan silent? On Jan. 24, 2005, more…

The day the rule of law died

by Craig R. Smith -- There may be a new political process under way in America. It all started on April 10, 2006, as hundreds and thousands of lawbreakers took to the streets more…

Brown is the new black

by Ann Coulter -- This is the only country on Earth that thinks it's not sporting to consider our own interests in choosing immigrants. Try showing up in any other country on more…

New daily newspaper begins in Baltimore

by Les Kinsolving -- Last Wednesday morning, Baltimore became a two-daily-newspaper city for the first time since the daily Baltimore News-American folded. The News-American, which at one time published my syndicated religious more…

Is war with Iran inevitable?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In the last six months, Americans have been treated to quite a spectacle: famous pundits and politicians hitting the sawdust trail to the mourner's bench to confess, "Had more…

How to redeem a bad childhood

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is adapted from the "post script" of Dr. Laura Schlessinger's newest book, "Bad Childhood – Good Life," available from the WorldNetDaily Book Service. Upon more…

America the infiltrated

by Joseph Farah -- You've got to hand it to Americans. If ever there was a group of people more patient, more willing to turn the other cheek, more forgiving and tolerant more…

Time for Cynthia McKinney to go home

by Star Parker -- You know we've come a long way when our idea of racism has moved from fire hoses and segregation to a black congresswoman's outrage at not being recognized more…

A justifiable disclosure

by David Limbaugh -- People suffer all sorts of indignities, but few things are more difficult to take than being falsely accused of misconduct. It is difficult to defend yourself both because more…