Let's talk before we shoot

by David Hackworth -- War is a deadly serious business. If you have any doubts, ask the families of the fighters who either didn't come home or came back hurting. It should more…

The losing record of cohabitation

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Recent figures show that more than half of all couples who plan to get married live together first. No wonder today's divorce rate is so high. The numbers more…

Hollywood's silence on Israel

by Dennis Prager -- Is there an issue that some Hollywood star – director, producer, actor, actress – has not publicly commented on? It's hard to name one. Producer-director Rob Reiner has more…

Politically correct battlefields?

by Les Kinsolving -- In one of the most incredible of all the cover stories in its 62-year history, U.S. News and World Report, in its Sept. 30 edition, has published the more…

When campus leftists defend terrorism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Arizona State University daily "The State Press" reported on Friday that the ASU chapter of Amnesty International and the Progressive Alliance were launching a campaign on behalf more…

Trading the flesh of young children

by -NO AUTHOR- -- This past summer could well be remembered as the one when even little girls weren't safe in their beds. From California to Pennsylvania, the news focused on grown more…

The war on individualism

by Neal Boortz -- We begin with two quotations. No attribution yet. Just the two quotes. You need to ponder over these while you read on. Quote 1. "We must abolish the more…

Democrats in Baghdad

by David Limbaugh -- The Democratic leadership is in a state of perpetual feigned outrage over charges that Democrats are soft on defense and national security. Until they muzzle their cast of more…

The dog days of capitalism

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- As Americans debate the wisdom – or folly – of war on Iraq, someone had best look in on the global economy. For it has taken on a more…

Best of everything, except love

by -NO AUTHOR- -- You know, I'm regularly criticized by reporters, columnists and interviewers for my stance on working couples with children. The antagonist (often a feminist or a feminist sympathizer who more…