The news tyrants

by Craige McMillan -- For over a decade, many of us have been telling our fellow citizens that something is desperately wrong with the American news media. "Liberal bias" among reporters and more…

Have we just hit the tar baby?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- No one knows how America's occupation of Iraq will play out. Optimists say this will be like Germany and Japan after World War II, which were converted into more…

Antiquities or children: You decide

by Hugh Hewitt -- The always amusing Robert Scheer, "columnist-fanatic" for the Los Angeles Times, never fails to grasp any straw that gives him a chance to rant about the Bush administration. more…

Call it as it is

by Walter Williams -- There's considerable unnecessary confusion and debate on public policy issues that would be more intelligently discussed and resolved if we'd say what is actually meant rather than using more…

Shock and awe not only for Iraqis

by -NO AUTHOR- -- While jubilant Americans can't help but be fixated on "revolutionary" military operations they have witnessed on television for the past two weeks – called "Shock and Awe" – more…

My young hero

by Joseph Farah -- About 18 months ago, someone sent me a link to a column by a 13-year-old kid. I read the piece. I shook my head. I said to myself: more…

When the lights go out

by Cassandra Walker -- My lights went out the other day. My first reaction was to panic: Did I pay the electric bill this month? I hurried to the bill box and, more…

At least Saddam wasn't at Tailhook!

by Ann Coulter -- Despite liberals' calm assurance that Iraq wasn't harboring terrorists, this week Abul Abbas, mastermind of the 1985 Achille Lauro hijacking, was captured in Baghdad. This is the second more…

On pimps and 'presstitutes'

by Ilana Mercer -- The Faustian bargain hundreds of embedded journalists struck with the military involved capitulating to an elaborate set of limits and conditions. Embeds, for instance, were supervised by the more…

They loot horses, don't they?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Saturday after the "liberation," uh, fall, of Baghdad, I was an American journalist temporarily embedded on my couch, tortured by the pain of a freak knee injury, and more…