Visualize a free Iraq

by Joseph Farah -- You've seen those bumper stickers: "Visualize World Peace." And then there's my favorite parody of that one: "Visualize Whirled Peas." I'm not much into this whole visualization business. more…

Winkin', Blinken and Nod

by Joseph Farah -- Remember Bob Beckel, the tough-talking Democratic Party strategist who never tired of defending President Clinton for his indefensible actions in victimizing women at every opportunity? Apparently it wasn't more…

Simon says …

by Jane Chastain -- "Simon Says" is a game in which participants are commanded to perform a series of unrelated actions in rapid succession. The key to winning this game is to more…

Simon said what???

by Barbara Simpson -- Wet your finger; hold it in the air. As soon as you figure out which way the wind is blowing, play politics. Change direction. That's what happened in more…

Older-woman / younger-man fad is a mixed blessing

by Michael Medved -- Does the hot new trend for older woman–younger man relationships deserve encouragement or condemnation? On the one hand, a sexual affair between a 30-something woman and a teenage more…

The new world order grows teeth

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The World Trade Organization has just given Europe the right to hit the United States with $4 billion in tariff sanctions – to punish us for giving tax more…

Feeble-minded feminists

by Vox Day -- I loathe feminists. While there are elements of the left which I can respect, they are not one. I despise them wholeheartedly – not only for their murderous more…

Don't ask the U.N.

by Henry Lamb -- The United States should not ask the U.N. Security Council for permission to remove Saddam – or anything else. If there is sufficient evidence that Saddam has, or more…

Near-term ballistic-missile defense

by Gordon Prather -- Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld – who has been keeping all his anti-ballistic missile options "open" – has now been contrarily advised by the Defense Science Board to settle more…

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…