Define the threat

by David Hackworth -- Fifty-two years ago, on a cold day on the Korean front, my lieutenant gave me a copy of "The Art of War." I've been a disciple ever since more…

Global government's insincere elitists

by Kyle Williams -- Much news has been generated by the United Nations World Summit, where delegates from nearly 100 countries planned to halve poverty by 2015 and examined ways to conserve more…

A year of healing and searching

by Jerry Falwell -- Sept. 11 forced people to take a new look at their lives. The security that we had known for years was now challenged as the fire of terrorism more…

'No' to global governance

by Henry Lamb -- Thankfully, the fiasco in Johannesburg is over. President Bush was right to stay home. He was also right to send determined delegates with firm instructions to thwart the more…

Tyranny of The Ten

by David Limbaugh -- In rejecting Justice Priscilla Owen, a perfectly qualified nominee for the federal appellate bench, the Democratically controlled Senate Judiciary Committee has exhibited, again, its selective contempt for the more…

Congressional cowardice and the risks of war

by Ellen Ratner -- Last week I (and many other Americans) called upon President Bush to seek the approval of Congress before proceeding with the war against Saddam. I stated that I more…

U.N. supports terrorist camps

by John Hagee -- At a time when the United States is being asked to double its contribution to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, not a day goes by that more…

Fight to win

by Joseph Farah -- There's no point in fighting a war against international Islamist terror unless we plan to win. Today, nearly a year after the stunning attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, more…

Going after Saddam

by David Dolan -- One of the main arguments against going after Saddam Hussein is that U.S. military action could destabilize other Arab governments around the Middle East. Anti-American street demonstrations might more…