Oil in bedrock granite
off Vietnam's shores

by Jerome R. Corsi -- "In the aftermath of a series of pullouts by Western oil majors, Vietnam has gone into partnership with its former Cold War ally Russia to develop its oil more…

How you can help shrink
the federal budget

by Jane Chastain -- When Congress returns to work next week, the first order of business will be to work out the differences in the deficit reduction plans passed by the House more…

Who are you calling angry?

by Michelle Malkin -- Editor's note: The following column contains language that may be offensive to some readers.Janeane Garofalo, left-wing actress-turned-Air America radio host, is a miserable woman. Last week before the more…

Blame the Jews, again

by Joseph Farah -- Question: When is the sale of land in the Middle East not really a sale? Answer: When the land is sold to Jews. The tragic answer to that more…

Did the New York Times
sack the wrong reporter?

by Jack Cashill -- In the world's newsrooms, truth is particularly vulnerable in times of war. Indeed, it is often said to be the first casualty. Historically, the media have deceived their more…

Dead-end jobs

by Walter Williams -- Certain jobs are derisively referred to as "burger flipper" or "dead-end" jobs. I'd like someone to define a dead-end job. For example, I started out as a professor more…

Putin and the neo-comintern

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The Comintern, or Communist International, also known as the Third International, was the 1919 creation of Vladimir Lenin. Its declared purpose: Fight "by all available means, including armed more…

The unliberal left

by Burt Prelutsky -- I keep asking myself why, in spite of the encouraging reports out of Iraq, people such as Rep. Murtha want us to beat a hasty retreat, making the more…

Democrats' dilemma:
How to sound spiritual?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What do you do if you are devoted to the Democratic Party, which has spent years defining itself as the party of secularism, and you suddenly discover that more…