What would Kissinger do?

by Ellen Ratner -- The Syrian Embassy in Washington, D.C. is less than three miles away from the State Department but it might as well be in Antarctica given the amount of more…

Bolton of lightning at U.N.

by Craig R. Smith -- Thursday, July 27, 2006 in the hallowed halls of the Senate, an alleged war hero received his first ''earned'' Purple Heart. During a battle with U.N. Ambassador nominee more…

Mad Mel's boozy meltdown

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Rock star John Mellencamp tells of a time his grandfather asked if he wanted to go to church with him. ''No, there are too many hypocrites in the more…

Bill Clinton's Harlem scuffle

by Doug Powers -- Former President Bill Clinton has always possessed seemingly extraordinary super-human powers. Not only can he take 243 strokes at Pebble Beach and still miraculously finish 6 under par, more…

Changing the rules of war

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Gore: Show me the (green) money

by Barbara Simpson -- Ya gotta love it! First, Al Gore fans the flames of global warming fears, then he capitalizes on the predicted upcoming planetary catastrophes by cashing in on it more…

'In God We Trust' – even still

by Jerry Falwell -- This week, we celebrate the Golden Anniversary of our national motto, "In God We Trust." And while most Americans appreciate the fact that our nation was founded by more…

Another comfortable concentration camp?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Homosexual advocacy groups were dealt yet another stinging blow this week when the Washington State Supreme Court upheld the state's Defense of Marriage Act and ruled that no more…

Sandbagging the peace pipeline

by Gordon Prather -- The U.S.-India Nuclear Cooperation Promotion Act, just overwhelmingly passed by the House, perversely begins by declaring that "it is the sense of Congress" that "sustaining" the Treaty on more…