Don't be fooled again

by Joseph Farah -- The American people got shafted in 2000 and 2004 with some rotten political choices. In fact, the American people get shafted with rotten political choices all the time more…

The party of police-haters

by Michelle Malkin -- There's only one thing more damning than the recent caterwauling of cop-bashing Rep. Cynthia McKinney and her race-mongering mob: The stone-cold silence of Beltway Democrats. While McKinney and more…

Time to wake up and smell the salsa

by Burt Prelutsky -- I understand that George Bush and his Republican colleagues think they can have it both ways with this so-called guest-worker program. Well, they can't. Gussy it up any more…

Israel’s new leader, Ehud Olmert

by Michael Evans -- Many Americans know that the familiar Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was incapacitated by a stroke nearly four months ago, but they have no clear picture of the man more…

What's with GMU?

by Walter Williams -- George Mason University's basketball team broke into national prominence, going all the way to the NCAA Final Four matchup, but losing to the red hot University of Florida more…

Commercials increasing on National Public Radio

by Les Kinsolving -- National Public Radio is not only tax-exempt, but it is tax-subsidized as well. Now, a top-of-Page-1 report in the Wall Street Journal tells that in addition to tax-exemption more…

A lesson in history and conservative values

by Rebecca Hagelin -- "Why are you here?" I asked, only half joking. James Swanson – overnight sensation and best-selling author of "Manhunt: The Twelve Day Chase for Lincoln's Killer," grinned as more…