'What can I do?'

by Harry Browne -- Recently a conservative fundamentalist preacher said on television that he opposes the campaign of homosexuals to be included in the Civil Rights Act. He said this would give more…

Slightly up from slavery

by Doug Casey -- To eliminate any misunderstanding as to what taxes are, it's helpful to define the word "theft." One good definition is "the wrongful taking and carrying away of the more…

America, the soap opera

by Craige McMillan -- Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ... Somehow, in just 200 years, America has gone from a nation of citizen philosophers to more…

The imminent rise of 'civic feminism'

by Medicine Men -- A year ago, the words "civic feminism" would have seemed a contradiction in terms, and a bitter one at that. After so many decades of gimme-gimme-gimme and boy-am-I-pissed, more…

The truth be told

by Bill O'Reilly -- How many times over the last year have we heard various pundits and agenda-driven bigmouths say the following: The United States is partly to blame for world terrorism more…

Why we hate them

by Ann Coulter -- Editor's note: Ann Coulter's newest blockbuster is here! "Slander" hammers liberals who use lies to vilify their opponents. Autographed copies are now available through WorldNetDaily's online store!I've been more…

How 'Today' show's Matt Lauer patronized Charlton Heston

by Larry Elder -- Is it me, or does "Today" show's Matt Lauer condescendingly give Republicans-conservatives the old "look-me-in-the-eye" treatment when asking questions? In an interview with President George W. Bush, for more…

The poor IRS

by Joseph Farah -- "There are heartening signs that the Internal Revenue Service is beginning to recover from the largely unfair beating it took at the hands of the new Republican Congress more…

Rights vs. wishes

by Walter Williams -- We hear so much about "rights" – a right to this and a right to that. People say they have a right to decent housing, a right to more…