Saudis attack Riyadh

by Michael Evans -- Remarks by the Saudi state-controlled media would cause one to think that Eskimos or Pygmies attacked Riyadh, and that the world should rally to their aid. This followed more…

How much to save for child's college tuition

by Dave Ramsey -- Editor's note: Dave Ramsey's "Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness" offers a comprehensive plan for getting out of debt and achieving financial health. Now available more…

Liars and the lying liars ...

by Joseph Farah -- It's one thing to be held accountable for every word you actually write when you average writing 1,000 words a day, every day, seven days a week, over more…

Lesson of anti-Israel Euro-poll

by Joseph Farah -- What's the lesson of the European poll showing nearly 60 percent of those surveyed believe Israel is the greatest threat to peace in the world today? The lesson more…

Christmas is just about gone!

by Barbara Simpson -- The holiday suckers are back and it's worse than ever. I'm not talking about people taken in by holiday scams, but people who are sucking the meaning from more…

Are you a Nazi?

by Vox Day -- 1) Do you agree with the 59 percent of the European Union that believes Israel is the country that presents the greatest threat to world peace? A) No; more…

It's Al's party now

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In a single news cycle last week, the nation got a splendid lesson on why the Democratic Party has ceased to be America's Party. For months, Howard Dean, more…

Barbra Streisand's house of cards

by Doug Powers -- As the character of Ronald Reagan, played by James Brolin, says in the chimerical "Reagan" miniseries, which now will air on Showtime instead of CBS, "Those who live more…

Ramadan in Saudi Arabia

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Just hours after Saudi journalist Khaled Batarfi sneered that the United States "overreacted" in closing its Saudi missions in the face of terror threats, terrorists exploded three bombs more…

Leading by following

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may contain satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…