Clemency

by Michael Evans -- When President George W. Bush was governor of Texas, 150 men and two women were executed for their crimes by the state, a record unequalled by any other more…

Fight the war

by David Dolan -- In mid-April, I wrote a column for WND titled "The old Middle East." In it, I warned that the rapid coalition military victory in Iraq did not at more…

Doofus in Denver

by Larry Elder -- If the California gubernatorial-recall election smacks of craziness, take a look at Denver. In November, Denver voters take to the polls to consider a "peaceful initiative," requiring the more…

The lawless society

by Craige McMillan -- "Anarchy: absence of any cohesive principle, such as a common standard or purpose. A state of lawlessness and disorder (usually resulting from a failure of government)" [syn: lawlessness, more…

Tom McClintock: The tax terminator

by Jane Chastain -- Who is responsible for California's $38 billion budget shortfall, and does the state really need to raise taxes to keep from drowning in red ink? Unfortunately, the "Saga more…

Enough peace talk

by Joseph Farah -- What will it take for Israelis and Americans to understand you can't negotiate with terrorists? How much innocent blood needs to be spilled before we acknowledge the "peace more…

The Buffett disaster

by -NO AUTHOR- -- If Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn't move swiftly to repair his blunder in making Warren Buffett his chief economic adviser, he is likely to have one of the briefest political more…

Time for Middle East reality

by Hal Lindsey -- I am infuriated. I am livid with rage over the latest round of atrocities committed in Jerusalem and Baghdad. The most enraging fact is that both these outrages more…

Electro-shock treatment?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Sometimes, living in 21st-century America, I swear they're treating us like lab rats. Pavlovian conditioning, anyone? Power surges, buzzes and jolts, crackling static, and then ... darkness. Remember more…

Reflections in a blackout

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- First, the lights flickered, then they went out. Then, they came on again. Then they went out, for good. August demand for air conditioning overloaded the circuits, I more…