Reality check

by David Dolan -- Having covered several wars and innumerable terror attacks while living for over two decades in Israel, it was particularly painful for me to watch a wounded American soldier more…

Sidewalk warriors advance

by Kevin McCullough -- Not only are our troops winning overseas – but they are winning at home as well. And its about time! In the last few days, there has been more…

If you can't beat 'em, sue

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Russ McGuire is the online director of Business Reform Magazine. Each issue of Business Reform features practical advice on operating successfully in business while glorifying God. In 1994, more…

The folly of 'liberating' Muslims

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – President Bush insists we are "liberating" Iraq, but someone forgot to tell the Iraqi people. As liberators last week tossed food and water to hungry Iraqis more…

Iraqis and soldiers need time

by Rebecca Hagelin -- In an age of microwave ovens, wireless phones and multiple-angle instant replay, do we really expect to win our wars instantly too? Yes, if you listen to analysts more…

Phony leftist indignation

by Neal Boortz -- Saddam Hussein, though the object of widespread hatred, is certainly not without friends and supporters in the United States. Foremost among them would be those people marching in more…

What a difference a war makes

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

Fallout 2

by David Hackworth -- Since Vice President Dick Cheney said he saw the war in terms of "weeks rather than months," I wish I could report that Tommy Franks' grunts were beating more…

Administration adults vs. media snipers

by David Limbaugh -- Sorry, but I'm compelled to talk about the media war critics again. I won't quit fairly criticizing them until they quit unfairly and dishonestly criticizing the American war more…

Saddam offered professorship at U.S. college?

by Dennis Prager -- "At Wednesday night's 'teach-in' on the Columbia campus, [anthropology professor] Nicholas De Genova also called for the defeat of U.S. forces in Iraq and said, 'The only true more…