To live and die in L.A.

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Editor's note: Buchanan's latest book is here! "The Death of the West" is an eye-opening expos? of how immigration invasions are endangering America. Both autographed and unautographed copies more…

Revolution via home schooling

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The only effective group of citizens today in open opposition to big government are the home schoolers. They are the only Americans willing to take on the public more…

Creating 'rights' out of thin air

by Thomas Jipping -- The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected next week to approve the nomination of D. Brooks Smith to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. The full more…

Gunning for O'Reilly

by Joseph Farah -- Have you noticed how the long knives are out for Bill O'Reilly? Everybody's gunning for the guy. In recent weeks, he's become the No. 1 target of criticism more…

Cuba Libre

by Gary Aldrich -- Reports of human rights abuses in communist Cuba are nonstop. Fidel Castro is nothing more than a lying, murderous dictator who has oppressed an island nation for more more…

Beware of politicians with good intentions

by Harry Browne -- The death toll of innocent people killed in Afghanistan has exceeded 3,000 – at least as many as died in the Sept. 11 attacks. But don't concern yourself more…

The enemy within

by Jane Chastain -- Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the biggest increase in military spending in decades to help fight the war on terrorism. The defense authorization for FY more…

Medical students have rights, too

by Medicine Men -- Doctors and lawyers are not noted for their mutual admiration. This week, however, we two doctors are cheering for the lawyers who are protecting the civil rights of more…

Who's right – Israel or Palestine?

by Doug Casey -- Here we get into the current case of "Who shot John?", or, who's right or wrong, who's just or unjust – the Israelis or the Palestinians? Historically, at more…

Doctor Cowvorkian

by Craige McMillan -- One of the great things about traveling rural and small-town America is the people you meet. It's no good pretending when you move out here. Folks size up more…