A matter of trust

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Most Americans yet believe President Bush did the right thing in ridding Iraq and the world of Saddam Hussein. Yet, how we were persuaded to go to war more…

New York City hates gun owners

by Michelle Malkin -- New York City Mayor Michael "Nanny" Bloomberg, he of the smooth hands and Nurse Ratched smirk, made international headlines with his selective war on smokers. Now, Bloomberg and more…

Saving Patient Brian

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Brian has two problems. For the first, he wants help; for the second he doesn't. Brian complains he is addicted to cigarettes. It's bad for his health, expensive more…

Governed by rules, not men

by Walter Williams -- Having been deserted by her husband, my mother worked. That meant that my one-year-younger sister and I often lunched by ourselves during our pre-teen years. Being bigger and more…

Win the war, lead the world

by Hugh Hewitt -- "Win the war, lead the world": That's my suggestion for the Bush-Cheney 2004 slogan. It summarizes the key message of the coming campaign and contrasts nicely with John more…

Kerry's got 'em fooled

by Joseph Farah -- A quick, informed glance at Sen. John Kerry should persuade the vast majority of Americans he is not presidential timber. While portraying himself as a man of the more…

Kerry, Edwards & company: Have they forgotten?

by David Limbaugh -- If Democrats are going to continue to beat up President Bush over the WMD question, don't you think it's time for their leading contenders, Sen. Kerry and Edwards, more…

Probing the Massachusetts justices' minds

by Dennis Prager -- The following is an imagined interview with the Massachusetts Supreme Court justices who ruled that Massachusetts must redefine marriage to include persons of the same sex. Question: Every more…

Calling Maj. Ritter

by David Hackworth -- Like it or not, Maj. Scott Ritter had it right all along. Most of the rest of us, from the president to his key advisers, such as Cheney, more…

In this case, it's the parents' fault

by Mychal Massie -- A recent news article caught my attention. The writer asserted that "Fifty years after Brown v. Topeka, the nation's schools are almost as segregated as they were before more…