Hold the Rice

by Joseph Farah -- The more I see and hear of Condoleezza Rice, the less I respect her. Don't get me wrong. I think it would be exciting to have a serious more…

School choice threatened

by Star Parker -- Thanks to an active school-choice movement, funded and staffed by dedicated and principled private citizens, an increasing number of American parents have the quintessentially American opportunity of choosing more…

Sun Tzu and the Art of Chicanery

by Vox Day -- Business books usually sell very well, usually because they represent the near-perfect harmony of buyer's greed and seller's greed. There's nothing wrong with this in a capitalist society, more…

2 fathers named Michael

by Barbara Simpson -- What do you think would happen if your dad made a habit of sleeping with other people's little boys? How about if your dad never married your mother more…

Troops on the border now

by Joseph Farah -- Why is there resistance to securing America's borders? It can be done. We all know it can be done. But yet there is still resistance to this idea more…

The coming politics of war & upheaval

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Who is the Gene McCarthy of this generation? For those too young to recall, in late 1967, Gen. Westmoreland came home to ask LBJ for 200,000 more troops more…

Terrorism: An economic endgame

by Craig R. Smith -- "The world will know the war on terror is over when terrorism goes the way of piracy and slavery – it will become so socially unacceptable, terrorists will more…

'Shall I compare thee to a summer's gulag?'

by Doug Powers -- Shall I compare thee to a summer's gulag? Thou art more cruel and less temperate: Rough interrogations, herded by cattle dog, And summer's leash, we'll remember it: Sometime more…

The Summer of Discontent

by Ellen Ratner -- No matter how you measure it or who does the measuring, the majority of Americans believe that President Bush is doing a lousy job. Our president now has more…

Do the math

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…