Putting the 'psycho' in psychology

by Les Kinsolving -- The University of North Carolina in general, and its departments of psychology and philosophy in particular, cannot be blamed. But they must inevitably feel a strong sense of more…

Preventing international crimes

by Gordon Prather -- When Bush went to Congress in September 2002, seeking "specific statutory authorization" to invade Iraq, he based his case on what we now know was "fixed" intelligence – more…

Soul food: We always need it

by Pat Boone -- Are you ready for some soul food? I mean, some hearty, stick-to-your ribs, honest to goodness nourishment? I'm servin' it up right here. Good news is food for more…

Good news, bad news, funny news

by Joseph Farah -- I've said it before and I'll say it again. Sometimes, the only reward I need to keep working so hard is a nice letter of thanks. I received more…

Deport the Taliban at Yale!

by Jerry Falwell -- Leave it to the elites of academia to come up with a novel new way to address the modern terrorist movement. Readers have probably heard by now that more…

Government's idea of 'tracking' animals

by Henry Lamb -- Reaction to the National Animal Identification System is shining a light on a growing problem that independent producers believe is threatening the entire livestock industry. Vertical marketing practices more…

Steve Harper: No more Mr. Nice Guy

by Ted Byfield -- Canada's new prime minister, Stephen Harper, whose minority government was elected on the promise he would break the highly centralized power of "the PMO," the Prime Minister's Office, more…

Have the Republicans lost 2006?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Bush's job approval is now at 37 percent and even lower for his handling of Iraq. And by 50 percent to 37 percent, the nation prefers Democrats in more…

Feingold's transparent feint to the base

by David Limbaugh -- Doesn't it strike you as ironic that one of the major architects of a legislative scheme that tramples all over the First Amendment had the gall to try more…