'Gays' crossing the Delaware?

by Star Parker -- The House Armed Services Committee has scheduled the first hearings to review the "don't ask don't tell" law since it was enacted in 1993 under President Clinton. The more…

Machiavelli in the house

by Ellis Washington -- Hence it is necessary to a prince, if he wants to maintain himself, to learn to be able not to be good. ~ Machiavelli Cover of "The Prince" more…

Globalism and poison food

by Joseph Farah -- Isn't globalism wonderful? I mean, who would have imagined that opening up America's food sources to China and Mexico would mean consumers would be eating fish contaminated with more…

Upholding the right to vote

by Jonathan Falwell -- This week, the California Supreme Court handed down what I believe to be a very important decision. The court rejected the case brought by same-sex marriage advocates who more…

Ode to my men

by Patrice Lewis -- As I wrote last week, I love men. Don't get me wrong – I get along great with women, too – but there's something about a man's character more…

Ape rights

by Pat Boone -- Well, if it weren't for the close quarters and the sad deterioration of his bones and other body parts, Charles Darwin would be spinning madly in his sarcophagus. more…

Socialism: Still a dirty word

by Henry Lamb -- In the 1950s, the word "socialism" was as vulgar as the four-letter words, which, when uttered by a youngster, could result in a mouthful of soap. Not so more…

History won't be kind to Al Gore

by Henry Lamb -- Al Gore has certainly secured his place in history. His Academy-Award-Nobel-Prize-winning prediction that climate change will raise sea levels by 20 feet will be studied by future history more…

A war he can call his own

by Ilana Mercer -- Holding out hope for that elusive humble foreign policy is proving futile. Barack Obama had promised originally to exit Iraq within 16 months of taking office. Now he more…