Why the Baltimore Sun should apologize

by Les Kinsolving -- The Baltimore Sun, in its endorsing Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend for governor of Maryland, decided to go after Townsend's rival Republican Rep. Robert Ehrlich's running mate, attorney more…

Massachusetts embraces English

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- It was generally believed before the election on Nov. 5 that the Massachusetts ballot initiative abolishing bilingual education in favor of English immersion would win. What no one more…

Message to GOP: Let's roll

by David Limbaugh -- It would be pundit-malpractice not to take a stab at why the elections turned out so well for Republicans and what lessons they should take from them. So more…

Do Republicans have the right stuff?

by Bill O'Reilly -- It is indeed party time for the Grand Old Party as the right in America now has control of Congress and the presidency. But after all the lemonades more…

A political Gettysburg

by Hugh Hewitt -- The elections of 2002 represent just another in a series of battles between the major parties for majoritarian status in the country. This war began in the aftermath more…

Setting the Clintons straight

by Joseph Farah -- When Hillary Clinton told a group of Democratic Party Hollywood hacks recently that George W. Bush was "selected" as president, she was not only speaking for herself, she more…

More gun control, please – Part II

by Larry Elder -- Maryland's Democrat Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend recently urged a ban on Saturday Night Specials and "assault weapons," while recommending a national ballistic-fingerprint database. The interviewer, CNN's Judy more…

Global warming and the Kyoto Protocol

by Medicine Men -- Should we worry about changes in climate? Does "global warming" really pose a threat to human health and well-being? It turns out that the "Kyoto Protocol," ginned up more…

The voters' revenge

by Craige McMillan -- For the first time in many an electoral moon, we've had a real election horse race to follow on election evening. Voter News Service swallowed its own hype more…