Ex-'gays': Ignored and discounted

by Jerry Falwell -- I would like to tell you about some people who are often treated as if they do not exist. While they flourish as citizens and are active in more…

Joseph Wilson's story just won't hunt

by Jack Cashill -- Last week, the major media breathlessly trotted out variation 36D of the "Bush Knew" gambit – the "D" being for deception. If you recall, the president knew about more…

Illegal aliens' pink elephants

by Kevin McCullough -- Illegal aliens (I refuse to ever again use the word immigrant in this context) commit violent crime. They commit a lot of violent crime. The latest numbers I've more…

Police abuse citizens regularly

by Letter of the Week -- I am a former mayor of a small city outside of El Paso, Texas. Our own police department abuses our citizens on a regular basis, especially young people. more…

He is risen!

by Joseph Farah -- "He was oppressed and afflicted, yet he did not open his mouth; He was led like a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers more…

That Persian pussycat

by Ilana Mercer -- It's official. In case you missed the very gay burlesque, broadcast from Iran, in which a bevy of AhmadiNijinskies pirouetted around canisters of uranium hexaflouride: Iran has enriched more…

Immigration madness

by David Limbaugh -- There is only one group of people with less credibility on the immigration issue than Washington politicians. It is the illegal immigrants protesting violations of their "rights" while more…

I have seen the enemy ...

by Franklin Raff --   An Iraqi officer of significant rank approached my translator as I quietly took notes near the banks of the Euphrates River, at a combat observation post named more…

Nuclear chicken: A fool's errand in Tehran

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The International Atomic Energy Agency's director general, Mohamed ElBaradei was greeted today by an unrepentant Iran. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad did not bother staying in Tehran to greet more…

How likely is a 'lie'?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- One of the most notable effects of the current polarization of American politics is the readiness of President Bush's opponents to charge that he has "lied." That's a more…