Adopting a philosophy

by Bill O'Reilly -- Editor's note: Purchase a copy of Bill O'Reilly's new book, "No Spin Zone," autographed and personalized, and receive a free "No Spin Zone" bumper sticker and a free more…

Profaning the sacred

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I grew up in the '50s and '60s in a small New Jersey town among mostly Catholics in St. Jerome's Parish, who attended church at Our Lady Star more…

The hook-nosed Jew

by Hal Lindsey -- The United States asked the Saudis, specifically, and Arab governments, in general, to halt the anti-Semitic incitement of their media, urging them instead to act in the interests more…

Trading morality for mumbo-jumbo

by Ilana Mercer -- The people that monopolize the narrative of right and wrong in the culture did not like that a jury found Andrea Yates guilty of murdering her five children. more…

Why you can't trust government

by Joseph Farah -- I'll never understand people – especially Americans – who think that government somehow has a monopoly on truth and justice. In fact, the more we rely on government more…

Why is Wellstone hiding?

by Hugh Hewitt -- The caller to my talk show identified himself as a doctor from Minnesota, and he launched into an attack on the war against terrorism, alleging among other things more…

Government and business in Monterrey

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Covering a U.N. conference is like switching television channels. In one room, you have the delegates meeting in the plenary and coming to consensus on the topics involved. more…

Campaign finance reform

by Walter Williams -- There's a story about Catholic priests who contracted to have a new church built for their congregation. When the church was completed – and just before the priests more…

A letter to my fellow Jews

by Dennis Prager -- These are difficult times for us. The most difficult since the Holocaust. As painful as it is for us to acknowledge – because we don't want to believe more…

Arab world: Problem of perception or reality

by David Limbaugh -- In scanning through the items posted on National Review Online's "The Corner," I stopped, jerked, gasped, cleared my head and re-read the blurb posted by editor Jonah Goldberg. more…