When good historians go bad

by Ann Coulter -- Arnold Beichman recently wrote a column attacking my latest book, "Treason" – which he at least admits he didn't read – claiming he has the "names of 'innocent more…

Anti-Christian litmus test

by David Limbaugh -- Sen. Orrin Hatch sent shock waves through the liberal culture when he said, "the left is trying to enforce an anti-religious litmus test" against judicial "nominees who openly more…

Harem today, gone tomorrow

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Editor's note: The following column contains material unsuitable for children.For far too long, I've wanted to be the Tuesday-Thursday girl of a harem. In America, the country my more…

The stump speech, 2004

by Hugh Hewitt -- There will be competitive Senate races in 2004 in the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Nevada more…

Small Bump in Interest Rates May Stall Consumer Spending

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is your exclusive source for real biblical answers to real business problems. www.businessreform.comThe recent increase in home mortgage rates has received little attention more…

Affirmative action for hurricanes

by Joseph Farah -- "Do devastating hurricanes need help from affirmative action?" It might seem like a ludicrous question. And it is. But, nevertheless, at least one member of the House of more…

Race board needed

by Walter Williams -- The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Grutter v. Bollinger permits colleges to award a "plus" to black, Hispanic and American Indian student applications for admission. As sure more…

Hypocrisy, thy name is Rockefeller

by Michelle Malkin -- Bleeding-heart liberalism for thee, but not for me. That is the expedient philosophy of the wealthy Rockefeller family. Last week, the Rockefeller rule was on full display at more…

No right of self-defense in Blair's barbaric Britain

by Ilana Mercer -- A British Times Literary Supplement reviewer recently took a shot at tracing the "providential themes" present in George Bush's political rhetoric. Indeed, the interminable war on "tyrants and more…