Bush Doctrine failure

by Gordon Prather -- If you were transfixed this week by the goings-on at Abu Ghraib prison – reopened last year under new management – it may have slipped your notice that more…

Globe plays dumb to save face

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Today the Boston Globe published an explanation about the "rape" photo flap the newspaper was caught in when it published images purported by a Boston councilman to be more…

Those fake rape photos

by Joseph Farah -- It was 10 days ago now that WorldNetDaily first blew the whistle on the fake rape photos that were being disseminated internationally in an effort to exaggerate the more…

The City on a Hill goes to Sodom

by Ilana Mercer -- We ain't seen nothing yet, the congressional censors warn. The pornographic pictorials from Abu Ghraib prison, starring some sadistic and slutty servicemen and women, are soft core compared more…

Secularist double standards

by David Limbaugh -- There has been no cessation of hostility in the secularists' war against Christianity. The enemies of religious freedom are still operating at full force, and we must keep more…

Islam is losing its way

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- Supporters and opponents of the war in Iraq finally have something to agree on. Both are justifiably sickened by the abusive photographs coming out of Abu Ghraib prison. more…

New York Times: It's America's fault!

by Bob Kohn -- Only a day after we discovered the brutal slaying of an American in Iraq, the New York Times made sure its front page became a platform for those more…

Kennedy: The un-patriot

by Kevin McCullough -- John Kerry has said it repeatedly: He will not allow people to question his patriotism. More recently, Kerry has demanded that the American people and the press specifically more…

Restoring the eternal verities

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Medford Evans once said about "Gone With the Wind" that it "is not specifically Southern; it is a world book. And it is a world book mainly because more…

Why do insurgents think we're quitters?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Up until the Vietnam War, domestic opposition to America's wars, at least in the 20th century, was pretty much confined to individual pacifists and political fringe types. In more…