Can Hillary 'win' us over?

by Craig R. Smith -- Hillary Clinton has announced her 2008 presidential bid with a catchy slogan that I hope is more truth than fluff. If so, she may just see this dyed-in-the-wool more…

Dirty laundry: Libby hung out to dry

by Ellen Ratner -- In case you were wondering what side former Bush press secretary Ari Fleisher is on in the Scooter Libby trial, you need not wonder any longer. He is more…

Jack Bauer for president

by Joseph Farah -- There's a reason Fox's "24" is the most popular show on television. It's not just the suspense. It's not just the action. It's not just the great premise, more…

TV critics cinch
'scary' Bible Belt

by -NO AUTHOR- -- To New York Times TV critic Alessandra Stanley, the Christian South is ''the Loire Valley of American extremism.'' Not to be outdone, Washington Post critic Tom Shales calls more…

USDA: 'Not now brown cow'

by Henry Lamb -- In a remarkable turnaround, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has decided to provide an ''opt out'' procedure for people whose premises have been registered in the National Animal more…

And a child will lead them all

by Chuck Norris -- ''It was a lucky break.'' That is an amazing way for a 12-year-old to describe a broken leg that led to the discovery of her malignant bone cancer. more…

'Too many Jews'

by Joseph Farah -- "Too many Jews." That was the comment former President Jimmy Carter scrawled on a memo suggesting prospective members of the board of the Holocaust Memorial Council. "Too many more…

Democrats' message: Envy your neighbor

by Star Parker -- In a Newsweek column titled "How Dems can win White House," Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., opines about the difficulties that the Democratic Party has had in defining itself. more…