A politician's public service

by Walter Williams -- Presidential aspirant Rep. Dick Gephardt, D-Mo., unwittingly performed a public service in his address to the Teamsters Local 238 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, last month. He revealed the more…

Meet a real capitalist pig

by Joseph Farah -- I've always hated the term "capitalist pig." In fact, I always thought it was kind of funny – ludicrous funny, not ha-ha funny. Even when I was rather more…

Antidotes for Jessica Simpson Syndrome

by Michelle Malkin -- Hollywood loves dummies. The more beautiful, the better. Witness the stratospheric rise of the vacant-eyed Jessica Simpson. She's the star of a top-rated MTV reality show whose cameras more…

George Woodrow Carter

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Reading President Bush's address to the National Endowment for Democracy, one wonders: Have the neocons captured him totally? For, though he is being hailed as Reagan's true heir, more…

Multilateralism 'til we're blue in the face

by David Limbaugh -- The War on Terror was always going to be the driving issue for Democrats in the 2004 presidential election, but now that the economy is doing well, they more…

A tale of two memos

by Hugh Hewitt -- The tale of two memos illustrates much that divides Republicans from Democrats. The first memo was authored by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. It was leaked from the more…

Breast-feeding as religion

by Dennis Prager -- One of the phenomena of our time is the passion surrounding breast-feeding. In Norway, for instance, it is now illegal to advertise baby formula. And America is probably more…

They took an oath for us

by Mychal Massie -- "In 1921, an unknown World War I American soldier was buried in Arlington National Cemetery. This site on a hillside overlooking the Potomac River and the city of more…

Fire the perfumed princes now

by David Hackworth -- U.S. Army conventional brass, in their infinite wisdom, are about to throw the book at a good soldier for doing what savvy combat leaders have done since before more…