What stinks about Washington

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- He was an ancient among the boys of the Greatest Generation. Thirty-nine years old, a sitting judge at the time of Pearl Harbor, he resigned from the bench more…

Who is Issam Fares?

by Joseph Farah -- Have you ever wondered why government officials take certain actions in spite of common sense, U.S. interests, even their own stated policy positions? For instance, I have wondered more…

Arafat orders Christmas canceled

by Hal Lindsey -- Last year, Arafat declared Jesus a Muslim and made a big show of trying to attend the Catholic Christmas mass after being forbidden to do so by Israel. more…

The 'glass ceiling': The bad spin

by Larry Elder -- So, how goes the "corporate fight for women"? Not well, at least according to the New York Times. Catalyst, a research firm, regularly publishes a report on the more…

A day to remember

by Harry Browne -- This Sunday, Dec. 15, should be a national holiday. No, it's not Earth Day, or Martin Luther King Day, or Flag Day, or Beat-Up-Some-Third-World-Country Day. It's Bill of more…

McPaper on investing

by Doug Casey -- I've sometimes been accused of being easily amused, but that has never extended to actually buying a copy of USA Today – unquestionably the worst paper in existence more…

Christians and the Church

by Craige McMillan -- St. Peter was giving the very newest arrivals to heaven the grand tour. "Now be very quiet," he cautioned them as they prepared to go through the back more…

The sword of Jesus

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: From 1907 through 1925, Harold Bell Wright was the best-selling author of fiction in the world. He wrote eight books that sold over 1 million copies more…

The 'settlements' issue

by Joseph Farah -- Once again, we're hearing that awful word again in the context of the Middle East debate. "Settlements." That's what the conflict is all about, we're being told. That's more…