Wrong law used to convict Border agents

by Jerome R. Corsi -- What crime is committed when two Border Patrol agents shoot in the buttocks a fleeing drug smuggler who has abandoned a van containing 743 pounds of marijuana? Rep. more…

Gone fishing on the taxpayers' dime

by Ellen Ratner -- Last week, I sat in a federal courtroom as my friend, former Republican Rep. Bob Ney, was sentenced to 30 months in prison. As I took my place more…

Illegal immigration a laughing matter?

by Pat Boone -- This Internet phenomenon is just incredible, isn't it? Millions and millions of us boot up every day – usually with some specific tasks to accomplish – and invariably more…

The root cause of terrorism

by Joseph Farah -- It's becoming popular to talk about "the root causes of terrorism." Lately, we've heard: The root cause of terrorism is foreign domination and control of Muslim resources. The more…

How 'ethics reform' limits our freedom

by Star Parker -- The dome of the Capitol building will be gleaming as the sun rises over Washington today. The new Democrat-controlled Congress has completed a historic week, completing legislation in more…

Could the Iraq war still be won?

by Jerry Falwell -- Can the war in Iraq be won? If we listen to the so-called mainstream media and the majority of the newly empowered congressional Democrats, the answer is a more…

Toll-road fever no bargain for consumers

by Henry Lamb -- Across the country, state highway officials are almost giddy about the prospects of selling the right to build toll roads to private investors. Financial wizards have learned how more…

The ultimate awards ceremony

by Greg Laurie -- Greg Laurie is the author of 12 inspirational books, which are available online.We have watched the Oscars, Emmys and Grammys over the years. If you're like me, you more…

Guilty until proven innocent?

by Ted Byfield -- Onetime international newspaper tycoon Conrad Black, a native Torontonian, has been pretty well ruined by American security regulators and prosecutors without ever being brought to trial. He also more…