Meet the 'neo-coms'

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Would you like to get Joseph Farah's updated, paperback edition of "Taking America Back" -- personally autographed -- for just $4.95? That's the deal for a more…

Ending racial preferences in Wolverine State

by Mychal Massie -- Advancement based on competition is the bedrock of the American success story. Michigan is a classic representative model of this. While industry, arts, medicine, ad nauseam have survived more…

Pushing Armageddon mania

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Events in Israel are viewed by millions of evangelicals as a sure sign that the rapture is near ... again! Jerry Falwell, who stated on a Dec. 27, more…

Less studies – more choice!

by Star Parker -- The National Center for Education Statistics, part of the U.S. Department of Education, has just released a study comparing the performance of fourth- and eighth-graders in public and more…

Brother, can you spare $65 trillion?

by Jim Rutz -- It was a nice country while it lasted, but the good old US of A must now be recycled into something else. Why? Because we're broke. We've known more…

Bolton must be confirmed

by David Limbaugh -- Why are Democrats – in the words of Sen. Christopher Dodd – promising a "bruising" battle over the confirmation of John Bolton as U.S. ambassador to the United more…

Wal-Mart's national health scare

by Doug Powers -- Wal-Mart greeters will continue to have to find sources other than their employer to pay for their Hoverounds and hearing aids – for now. A federal judge struck more…

Oil makes for a messy alliance

by Rusty Humphries -- Our Founding Fathers had concerns about certain types of "alliances." In his farewell address, President George Washington declared, "It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent more…

U.S. losing its superpowers?

by Craig R. Smith -- The United States is considered one of the only superpowers left in the world. Yet we are force-fed by the media that we have no ability to win more…

Democrats: War is swell

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…