Democrat spitballs don't cut it in terror war

by Benjamin Shapiro -- At the Republican National Convention in New York on Sept. 1, 2004, then-Sen. Zell Miller, D-Ga., explained why he was backing President George W. Bush's re-election. Plainly put, more…

Live and let spy

by Ann Coulter -- Apart from the day the New York Times goes out of business – and the stellar work Paul Krugman's column does twice a week helping people house-train their more…

Holiday angst: A reason
for the season

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Why is it "The Holidays" seem to put nearly everyone in a state of advanced frenzy, dither or tizzy? Used to be, I'd lament my lack of festive more…

Toot, toot, Tookie, goodbye

by Burt Prelutsky -- Let me begin by stating that I am in favor of capital punishment. I don't view it as a deterrent, understand – I consider it the only appropriate more…

How Bush turned it around

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Men who believe in something, even if wrong, will triumph over those who believe in nothing. That is the lesson of the Bush recovery of the past four more…

The consumer rip-off

by Walter Williams -- Since allegations of oil company price-gouging have become topical, let's look at real price manipulation. Suppose a dairyman wants to sell a gallon of milk for 25 cents more…

2,005 years later ... or thereabouts

by Joseph Farah -- "Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city more…

The left's privacy hypocrites

by Michelle Malkin -- Allow me to sum up the homeland security strategy of America's do-nothing brigade, led by the armchair generals at the New York Times and the American Civil Liberties more…

The legacy of Tookie Williams

by Star Parker -- Convicted murderer of four and founder of the notorious Crips gang, Tookie Williams, is gone, executed under the death penalty of the state of California. Now those who more…

Finish the job

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Those who follow politics and government are well acquainted with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's sterling character, invaluable experience and superb qualifications for the post. And those who more…