Bear markets and bullfeathers

by Vox Day -- What goes up must come down sounds better in song than in a stock market, and certainly it has not been true in America for quite some time. more…

Boycott Chinese fireworks

by Joseph Farah -- Every year in late June and early July – at least in areas where selling fireworks is still legal – groups like churches, service clubs, schools, etc. raise more…

Political correctness prefers emotion to honesty

by Michael Medved -- One of the most destructive elements of political correctness involves its preference for emotion over accuracy – the casual disregard of normal standards of evidence and objectivity in more…

The Greens are toast – burned toast

by Barbara Simpson -- Enviros are NUTS! In Sacramento, last week, the U.S. Forest Service said it will remove 80 percent of the dead trees burned last August on some 2,400 acres more…

The time of the terrorist

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "You wish to give this evil animal a reservation that is called a Palestinian state of terror," roared Effi Eitan, minister to Ariel Sharon. Eitan was viewing the more…

Bad neighbors, good fence

by Alan Keyes -- In the war against terrorism, America and Israel face an enemy whose implacable evil is difficult to comprehend. The mentality of the people launching suicide bombing attacks against more…

Bush continues Clinton agenda

by Chuck Baldwin -- Referring to President G. W. Bush's new Department of Homeland Security, former President Bill Clinton told a gathering of Council on Foreign Relations members last week, "We have more…

Difficult road to peace

by Kyle Williams -- It's nearly impossible to write a column on the Middle East these days with original points and analysis. The same doublespeak, the same lying, the same violence is more…

No time for indoctrination

by Jerry Falwell -- I often say I would preach in hell if they promised to let me out. I say this as a way of showing that Christians should never be more…

Gov. Hodges, Greenpeace and loose nukes

by Gordon Prather -- Last week, South Carolina Gov. Jim Hodges ordered state troopers to physically prevent the Department of Energy from transferring excess weapons-grade plutonium from the Pantex Plant in Texas, more…