Aiding and abetting terrorism – again

by Joseph Farah -- In a special report to Congress last month, the rules governing the exclusion of terrorists from the United States were set forth. I have to tell you, they more…

Iran vs. Israel: Bush's dilemma

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In the test of wills between the West and Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad shows no sign of backing down. The Iranian president has said Israel should be "wiped off more…

The upside of female feticide

by Jill Stanek -- It would seem to be the greatest irony of abortion, that the foremost tool feminists say will facilitate women's equality with men is actually the foremost weapon used more…

The reluctant Luddite

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Luddites of the world, unite – you have nothing to lose but your General Protection Faults. When both my laptop computer and my backup laptop died within two more…

In government we trust

by Walter Williams -- What lessons should we have learned from last summer's deadly and destructive hurricanes? The primary lesson is that we shouldn't have much faith in a federal bureaucracy like more…

A few words by and about Ronald Reagan

by Burt Prelutsky -- It is alleged that Groucho Marx, upon once being invited to join a country club, declined on the grounds that he refused to belong to any group that more…

Save Haleigh

by Michelle Malkin -- I have a question for the hordes of bleeding-heart Hollywood stars who joined the "Save Tookie" brigade, who bowed their heads in prayer with ex-Crip gangster Snoop Dogg more…

The plantation
that Hillary loves

by Star Parker -- Mudslinging by leading Democrats, usually taking form these days as trying to brand Republicans as racists, confirms what I have been writing about for a number of years: more…

Politicians and abortion

by Joseph Farah -- Marking the 33rd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision striking down virtually all state laws restricting abortion, Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said the more…

New study shows pro-life laws save lives

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Unanimous verdicts by the Supreme Court are rare. Yet, last week, we witnessed one – and in an abortion case, no less. Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood concerned a more…