Congressional cowardice and the risks of war

by Ellen Ratner -- Last week I (and many other Americans) called upon President Bush to seek the approval of Congress before proceeding with the war against Saddam. I stated that I more…

U.N. supports terrorist camps

by John Hagee -- At a time when the United States is being asked to double its contribution to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, not a day goes by that more…

Fight to win

by Joseph Farah -- There's no point in fighting a war against international Islamist terror unless we plan to win. Today, nearly a year after the stunning attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, more…

Going after Saddam

by David Dolan -- One of the main arguments against going after Saddam Hussein is that U.S. military action could destabilize other Arab governments around the Middle East. Anti-American street demonstrations might more…

Giving terrorism a pass

by Thomas Jipping -- Sept. 11, the first anniversary of the terrorist attack on America, is just days away. Marking any anniversary is tough if you don't understand the original event, and more…

Recycling bad government

by Jon Dougherty -- The politically naive among us may wonder why, despite their enthusiasm and zeal to "change things," nothing much ever really does change in Washington. It's because government bureaucrats more…

Freedom is just another word

by Bill O'Reilly -- Pat Roush has lost all respect for your humble correspondent. She said that to me on my television program and I understand her disenchantment. You see, for 16 more…

Musings from an Infidel: 9-11 one year onward

by Craige McMillan -- Are those of you in the Muslim world surprised that America survived your attempt to destroy our financial system, our military defenses and our democratic form of government? more…

Overlooking the obvious

by Harry Browne -- It's natural for someone to want to improve society – to reduce crime, to shield children from drugs, to make America safer, to improve education or health care. more…