Are we at war or not?

by Hal Lindsey -- On the anniversary of 9-11, does anyone remember that we Americans are still at war and in a struggle for our very national survival? Most Democrats are playing more…

Global insanity

by Craige McMillan -- As America looks back at the 9-11 of 2001, as we watch the death-toll of our soldiers in Iraq mount and wonder what outrage lies ahead, we must more…

The attack on Bush intensifies

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Labor Day before a presidential election year is traditionally the kickoff date for the two parties' campaigns. It is safe to assume that the Democrats would be more…

Puke politics

by Hugh Hewitt -- The chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Terry McAuliffe, has to be paid at least in part by Republicans. His buffoonery never stops, and he never appears on more…

How to lose a war

by Ann Coulter -- Vermont Gov. Howard Dean has been issuing diatribes against the Bush administration that would surpass even Tariq Aziz with severe menstrual cramps. This strategy has made him the more…

The sins of the father

by Joseph Farah -- Mel Gibson is getting a lot of heat for some inflammatory remarks he made about New York Times columnist Frank Rich. In case you missed it, Gibson said: more…

Spitting on their graves

by Michelle Malkin -- Across the nation, public officials will strike somber poses and shed television-friendly tears and bow their blow-dried heads in memory of the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist more…

How nations perish

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Gray Davis is a desperate man. Facing recall, he has just put the safety of California motorists at risk in a naked bid to buy Hispanic votes. Davis more…

Bush is a neoconservative

by Ilana Mercer -- It's a positive sign when conservative commentators rush to defend President Bush from being defiled by the neoconservative label. The tag, thankfully, is becoming a pejorative. They will, more…