1 judge's whim: Drown the baby

by Jane Chastain -- When a mother is unable to care for her baby and no suitable family member is willing to accept the responsibility, the baby may be placed for adoption. more…

We don't care, liberals

by Ann Coulter -- Seething with rage and frustration at the success of the war in Iraq, liberals have started in with their female taunting about weapons of mass destruction. The way more…

An unnecessary war

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- What was America's real motive for attacking Iraq? Was it oil? Empire? To make the Middle East safe for Sharon? That these questions are being asked, not only more…

Downsizing jobs, outsourcing lives: Part 2

by Ilana Mercer -- India and China are where the "new economy" is really humming. Columnist Paul Craig Roberts, a long-time chronicler of the trend, describes "dazzling new technology parks on the more…

White guilt, black exploitation

by Walter Williams -- Few Americans have heard of the National Slave Memorial Act (HR 196) that proposes to erect a National Slave Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Last more…

Malibu Babs: Snapshots of an eco-hypocrite

by Michelle Malkin -- People who live in 10,000-square-foot oceanfront mansions shouldn't throw stones. That hasn't stopped Barbra Streisand from lecturing her fellow Californians about their energy use ("We must make concrete more…

L.A. Times fighting liberal bias?

by Hugh Hewitt -- John Carroll is the editor of The Los Angeles Times. On May 22, he sent a memo to all of his section editors. It is an extraordinary document, more…

Lights out – yikes, must be terrorism!

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The lights had been flickering all that evening, and eventually, around 9 p.m., right after Homeland Insecurity terror alerts ratchet up to orange again, my whole house's electricity more…

Oprah: Up close and personal

by Cassandra Walker -- Saturday, May 10, 2003, was a turning point in my career. It all started over 10 years ago. I was given the opportunity to be an intern with more…

Sharpton: Using tragedy for personal gain

by Mychal Massie -- The May 16 death of Harlem resident Alberta Spruill was a tragic, tragic loss of life. Police officers acting on an informant's tip mistakenly raided the wrong apartment more…