Why not mandate condoms for boys?

by Jill Stanek -- It doesn't seem fair that legislators are focusing solely on adolescent girls to try to slow the spread the sexually transmitted disease human papillomavirus. HPV causes cervical cancer, more…

Would the U.N. stop an asteroid?

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Scientists reported this week that on April 13, 2036, an asteroid has a 1 in 45,000 chance of hitting Earth. The good news: no Tax Day, 2036. The more…

Affirmative action affirms failure

by Mychal Massie -- The problem with race-based scholastic initiatives is at the very least twofold. One problem is that they presume a formulaic representation of people is necessary for equality. The more…

The secret curse of Hollywood 'stars'

by David Kupelian -- "Thou shalt have no other gods before me." (Exodus 20:3 KJV) As a little boy I was transfixed, along with the rest of America, by the annual television more…

Adoption – good or bad?

by Joseph Farah -- For years, Americans fighting for the right to life for unborn children have promoted adoption as the humane alternative to the wholesale slaughter of the innocent. Abortion, of more…

John Edwards' staff infection

by Les Kinsolving -- On Sunday, Feb. 11, the John Edwards for President campaign had two incredibly foul-mouthed and religiously bigoted campaign workers. But the former Democrat senator from North Carolina refused more…

Anna Nicole, R.I.P.

by Mason and Felder -- We have a very simple philosophy: We don't speak ill of the dead with the hope that they return the favor. But in the case of Anna Nicole more…

Persecuting the prosecutors

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Politics makes strange bedfellows. This maxim has never been more apt than today, as I find myself in agreement with Democratic Sens. Diane Feinstein, Patrick Leahy and John more…

Dems' many defeat plans

by David Limbaugh -- I hope those who dismissed the consequences of a Democratic takeover in Congress last November are beginning to see the error of their ways. With each passing day more…

Happiness: A moral obligation

by Dennis Prager -- For much of my life, I, like most people, regarded the pursuit of happiness as largely a selfish pursuit. One of the great revelations of middle age has more…