New poll: Wealthy have unreal expectations

by Craig R. Smith -- A Bloomberg-Los Angeles Times poll released last week discovered that: Sixty percent of affluent investors expect returns of 10 percent or more in 2006. Asked where they would more…

Time to face facts in Iraq

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Baghdad, Iraq. On the streets of Sadr City, merchants' goods cover the sidewalks, open-air markets peddle meat and produce, and civilians go about their business much as elsewhere. more…

Frist wins GOP straw poll

by -NO AUTHOR- -- With home-field advantage, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist placed first in an informal poll of 2008 presidential hopefuls at a Memphis Republican conference tonight. The two-term Tennessee senator more…

The Greatest Canadian?

by Ted Byfield -- The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, whose fidelity to left-wing politics never diminishes while its share of the Canadian television audience diminishes steadily, will present tomorrow and Monday its version more…

The day a nuke hit our port

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Information from the following jaw-dropping column was first featured in the current issue of Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, the premium, online intelligence newsletter published by the more…

Proof it's not easy being me

by Joseph Farah -- WorldNetDaily broke a big story last week. Of course, that is not unusual. Neither is it unusual the way some of my "colleagues" react to our journalistic heroics. more…

IAEA pleads incompetence

by Gordon Prather -- As a signatory to the Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, Iran is required to subject all "source or special fissionable material" being produced, processed or used in more…

South Dakota barbarians

by Les Kinsolving -- From Jackson, Miss., the AP reports: "Republican Gov. Haley Barbour said Wednesday that he likely would sign a bill to ban most abortions in Mississippi if it's approved more…