Blacks owed apology – but not for slavery

by Walter Williams -- Both chambers of the Commonwealth of Virginia's General Assembly passed a resolution saying government-sanctioned slavery "ranks as the most horrendous of all depredations of human rights and violations more…

The 'Peace' Brigade vs. the Stryker Brigade

by Michelle Malkin -- Last week, I wrote about the Gathering of Eagles – veterans, active-duty troops, bikers, activists and ordinary citizens coming to Washington, D.C., on March 17 to hold a more…

Left-wing blockheads

by Burt Prelutsky -- My friend Pat Sajak recently made an excellent point. He said that inasmuch as he doesn't take global warming to heart, he sees no good reason to alter more…

It's Giuliani's nomination to lose

by Benjamin Shapiro -- The race is on for the Republican presidential nomination. And for the first time since 1964, the field is wide open. Now, 1964 was not a good year more…

Exposing the Associated Press

by Joseph Farah -- The New York Times gets its fair share of criticism. So does CNN. So do the major broadcast networks. The Washington Post and L.A. Times have their own more…

The fall of our 1st freedom

by Judge Roy Moore -- Nearly everyone knows of the wicked stepmother who favored her two unattractive and spoiled daughters over her lovely but mistreated stepdaughter, Cinderella. We sympathize with Cinderella because as more…

Hillary's censorship decree

by Les Kinsolving -- "Clinton Fights to Keep Impeachment Taboo" headlined the Washington Post, with the following subheadline: "After Spat, Campaigns Know to Expect Swift Reprisal for any Hint of the Scandal." more…

Direct questions for Mitt Romney

by Kevin McCullough -- Having won the CPAC straw poll and beginning to pass long-time front-runner John McCain in national polls, Mitt Romney's profile is beginning to be raised. Thus I felt more…

Straw poll and brick values

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I'm taking a straw poll. No kidding. If the media can ask all their liberal friends, I can ask you. Whom should we elect to occupy 1600 Pennsylvania more…