Women deserve better

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "What women don't know does hurt them."– Germaine Greer She should know. When she published "The Female Eunuch" in 1972, Germaine Greer advocated a life based on sexual more…

Neutral no longer!

by Rebecca Hagelin -- In the continuing war between "pro-life" and "pro-choice" activists, it seems many Americans are uncomfortable choosing sides. The right to legal abortion at any time, for any reason, more…

D.C. press galleries' history of corruption

by Les Kinsolving -- The blood of murdered Kentucky congressman William Taulbee can still be seen in the marble steps to the U.S. House of Representatives – after 112 years. In 1890, more…

The case against Saudi Arabia

by Joseph Farah -- "Opposition parties should have the freedom to organize, assemble and speak with equal access to all airwaves. All political prisoners must be released and allowed to participate in more…

Phantoms of lost liberty

by David Limbaugh -- Civil libertarians are prudent to caution vigilance concerning increased governmental investigative powers, but their anxiety over recently relaxed FBI domestic surveillance guidelines amounts to little more than scaring more…

Minimum-wage millionaires

by Joseph Farah -- Nobody could live on today's minimum wage. That's the nonsense we hear all the time from people like Tom Daschle and Hillary Clinton, who plan to push through more…

The ethics of revolution

by Vox Day -- I received an e-mail in response to last week's column which inspired me to think about the rights and wrongs of revolution. While the author agreed with my more…

Shameless exploiters

by Michael Medved -- Nothing highlights the pathetic state of the American left more clearly than the current movement for slavery reparations – and nothing shows the moral bankruptcy of that reparations more…

Sugarcoating poison

by Alan Keyes -- Millions of decent American parents today are forced to wage a continual battle to preserve the innocence of their children – particularly in sexual matters – against a more…

Are you 'coming out'?

by Barbara Simpson -- "Hey, Mrs. Jones. Can Johnny come out?" Remember when that question had only one meaning? Johnny could either go outside to play or not, depending on Mom's mood. more…