Liars in the media

by Les Kinsolving -- What has ever happened to the University of Maryland's student editor Jayson Blair – whose absolute multitude of lies led to his deserved firing – followed by the more…

The New York Times: Democrat apologists

by Bob Kohn -- One of the classic techniques the New York Times uses to distort the news is by manipulating one of the six key components of a news article: the more…

The first homosexual school

by Joseph Farah -- New York City has done what many of us would have considered unthinkable just a few months ago – announced plans for the first taxpayer-funded, all-homosexual high school. more…

From disaster to disaster

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Ever wondered what it's like to be a police officer on New Year's Eve? What a night of work that has to be – racing from accident to more…

Bring back 'The Gunfighter'

by David Hackworth -- Qusai and Odai most definitely deserved one-way tickets to a very hot place. But the guerrilla fighter in me has to question the wisdom of sending Saddam's sadistic more…

Global warming: A lost cause

by Henry Lamb -- Sens. John McCain and Kyoto-Joe Lieberman are pushing an amendment to the president's energy bill which is designed more to provide ammunition for Kyoto-Joe's presidential bid than to more…

NASA: Saving face and CYA!

by Barbara Simpson -- I loved the choice of words: "... delicately seeking advice about what to do ..." You'd almost think the subject of the advice quest was of a deeply more…

The science of future prediction

by Vox Day -- Following the stock market can be a real bear. There isn't a single person, signal or system I know that has not been spectacularly wrong at one time more…

A study in appeasement

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Neville Chamberlain, the prime minister who agreed to the transfer of the Sudetenland to Germany, is known to history as an appeaser. Munich, where his infamous conference with more…