What kind of bird
... hawk or dove?

by Ellen Ratner -- This is a difficult column for me to write. I have been a supporter of the Clintons since 1992 when Bill Clinton first showed leadership in the primary more…

Delusionary, insulting liberals

by Barbara Simpson -- It's amazing what liberals will do, say and put up with to remain politically correct. There are none so blind as those who will not see. There are more…

Georgia's governor
rescues Christmas

by Jerry Falwell -- Gov. Sonny Perdue of Georgia has become a hero of the Christmas season. After a staff member sent out an e-mail news release announcing that Gov. Perdue and more…

Defining victory in Iraq

by Henry Lamb -- Victory in Iraq can be declared when there is an elected representative government in place that controls Iraqi security forces of sufficient strength and experience to prevent Islamic more…

The land of emptying churches

by Ted Byfield -- The Anglican Church of Canada, once the bastion church of all non-Roman Catholic Christianity north of the American border, was formally warned this month that it is ever more…

Why stop with the LGBTs?

by Les Kinsolving -- On Dec. 3, a capacity crowd of more than 69,000 watched in Philadelphia as the Midshipmen won one of their most significant victories over arch-rival Army, 42-23. Earlier more…

Nuclear terrorism

by Gordon Prather -- The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States – which was required, inter alia, to recommend actions the federal government should take to prevent future attacks more…

What really happened

to AA Flight 612

by Jack Cashill -- The rumor mill started humming Monday morning, Nov. 28, after ABC Radio aired the following report: FBI and Homeland Security agents spent part of the weekend investigating the more…

Twas the Night Before Xmas

by Letter of the Week -- Twas the night before Xmas and all through the land, the creatures went shopping with Visas in hand. With consumers lined up to get the best deals, a more…

Absolutely thrilling!

by Ted Baehr -- Almost 100 million people have read "The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe," in a publishing universe where most books sell less than 10,000 copies, according to the more…