Just say no to Vermont

by Hugh Hewitt -- It is time to cancel that trip to Vermont. Be sure to tell the Vermont Chamber of Commerce why you aren't coming and drop a note to the more…

Hold their feet to the fire!

by Ilana Mercer -- Condoleezza Rice was unblushing as she justified her dismissive treatment of the critical mass of intelligence pertaining to impending terrorist attacks. Her distinction between analytical reports and specific more…

What price the American empire?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Last week, Vice President Cheney and Secretary Rumsfeld warned that more terror attacks are a certainty and may involve the detonation of an atomic weapon on American soil. more…

Creating poverty

by Walter Williams -- Several years ago, I was invited to deliver a lecture in Porto Alegre, a beautiful city in southern Brazil. Before my lecture, I did a bit of window-shopping more…

The new, New FBI

by Hal Lindsey -- The Department of Justice announced sweeping reforms to the FBI in the wake of the armchair quarterbacking of how it handled information in the Old Normal before 9-11. more…

Gasbagging

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Last night I had the most awful nightmare. Already, I'd barely survived an inundation of what the mainstream media so generously refers to as "wide-ranging terror alerts," and more…

Campus thought tyranny

by David Limbaugh -- Have you ever wondered why liberals, who consider themselves open-minded, tolerant and the guardians of our civil liberties, sit idly by as many of our college campuses function more…

Why hurt a friend?

by Dennis Prager -- A captured high-ranking al-Qaida terrorist has reportedly divulged that one potential New York City target for a terrorist attack is the United Nations building. Don't believe it. Of more…

Making the air safe for terrorists

by Joseph Farah -- Forgive me. For a little while, after Sept. 11, I actually believed our government might respond to the terrorist attacks with some common-sense, self-defense measures and policies. Boy, more…

Something to remember

by Rebecca Hagelin -- I can feel him staring at me. Ever loyal and hopeful, my little dog sits there – quiet and expectant – just staring at me. When I feel more…