A baby-boomer apology

by Dennis Prager -- We live in the age of group apologies. I would like to add one. The baby boomer generation needs to apologize to America, especially its young generation, for more…

CAIR – anything but 'American'

by Joseph Farah -- I'm proud of my friend and colleague Michael Savage today for standing up against the un-American bullies at the so-called "Council on American-Islamic Relations." I'm here to endorse more…

Hey, Mitt, dump 'the speech'

by David Limbaugh -- I think it's a mistake for Mitt Romney to give "the speech" – the one aimed at addressing his Mormonism and its relevance, or irrelevance, to his candidacy. more…

For women athletes, glory has a price

by Mychal Massie -- Women in sports are finally getting the credit and affirmation they so justly deserve – but it is coming at a price many outside the sporting community are more…

Capital punishment is no deterrence

by Les Kinsolving -- "The death penalty's deterrence" headlined what I regard as the Washington Times usually commendable editorial page on Nov. 24. This editorial, however, bases its claim on the death more…

Christian kids left behind – by their parents

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Raging ideological battles in both California and Iowa reached new levels last week when students packed up their backpacks and left their public schools. In California, parents staged more…

The 3-mortgage blues

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, My wife and I recently moved, but we still own our old house out of state and owe about $122,000 on that mortgage. We took out more…

Rotten impeachment dreams lack juice

by Doug Powers -- For all the thousands of people who have been calling on House Democrats to begin impeachment proceedings against President Bush and Vice President Cheney, I have a bit more…

Rice burns over heat of charred resolution

by Ellen Ratner -- Here's a modern proverb about an ancient land: After one week in Israel/Palestine, you're qualified to write a book; spend a month, and you can write an article; more…

A snowball's chance in Hellary?

by Vox Day -- Historians write that in several historical occasions, most notably 1904 and 1924, the American presidential election took place between two candidates operating within the sphere of influence of more…