The Pledge ruling

by Joseph Farah -- My reaction to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on the Pledge of Allegiance is a little different than most of those you will read or more…

Media bias: Can they still deny it?

by Larry Elder -- CBS' Andy Rooney appeared recently on "Larry King Live." King asked Rooney about "Bias," the book by Bernard Goldberg that accuses CBS, in particular, and mainstream news, in more…

Why I'm intolerant and proud

by Joseph Farah -- In response to my recent column, "Why I'm not a liberal," a reader accuses me of being "intolerant." "I think you are intolerant of those whose politics differ more…

Will U.S. citizens remain focused?

by Hugh Hewitt -- The United States has faced the totalitarian threat three times in the past 60 years. It defeated fascism directly, crushing Hitler and Japanese imperialism with controlled fury, American more…

Will Bush follow Bill to bailout city?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "When sorrows come, they come not single spies, But in battalions," said Hamlet. If President Bush has time left over from defusing a war between India and Pakistan, more…

The role of profits

by Walter Williams -- Profits are misunderstood, seen as unearned and sometimes condemned as evil. Maybe that's why people often reverently pronounce, with an air of moral superiority, "We're a nonprofit organization." more…

Ambushing Arafat

by Hal Lindsey -- President Bush set an ambush of his own for the terrorists in the Middle East. The administration noticed a connection between Bush's pre-announced speech schedule and fresh attacks more…

Supreme idiots!

by Ilana Mercer -- The Supreme Court stepped over quite a few bodies (dead and alive) when it ruled that the "mentally retarded" must be exempt from the death penalty. First to more…

Sophie's 'Choices'

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My friend "Sophie," a nanny and MBA candidate in a big Eastern city, was worried – bummed out, even – and not just because she lives near a more…