When the news is unfit to print

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Every day, a box in the upper-left corner of the front page of the New York Times proclaims "All the News That's Fit to Print" – that being, more…

The lost patriots of Hollywood

by Michelle Malkin -- Once upon a time, there were people in Hollywood who loved America. And when America came under attack from enemies abroad, these actors, producers, screenwriters and directors put more…

Imagine a PC D-Day

by Joseph Farah -- All the attention on the 60th anniversary of D-Day and the invasion that led to the defeat of Nazi Germany raises an obvious question: Could we ever successfully more…

The engines of government's growth

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Perusing the Washington Post on Sunday, two stories leapt out that suggest that America may have passed that point beyond which the growth of government can never again more…

Elegy, 1969

by Burt Prelutsky -- Editor's note: The writer originally wrote this in 1969. Also, get the book that made Joseph Farah laugh for 6 straight hours. Burt Prelutsky is America's favorite humorist more…

Will the West survive?

by Walter Williams -- The Muslim world is at war with Western Civilization. We have the military might to thwart them. The question is: Do we have the intelligence to recognize the more…

Doing the Reagan bounce

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The Reagan Bounce is a last-ditch dance with a dead man. Recently we've seen the Reagan Bounce performed to near-perfection by the ethically bankrupt, morally corrupt, dangerously incompetent more…

Those unbelievable poll numbers!

by Hugh Hewitt -- Here's the Harris Poll from late last week, full of good news for the president, including a 10-point lead over Kerry in likely voters. Unlike the discredited Los more…

Moby's Dick

by Ann Coulter -- According to the front page of the New York Times – so it must be true! – the release of Bill Clinton's latest round of lies, "My Life," more…