Continuing heartburn for 'pro-choicers'

by Jerry Falwell -- Pro-life Americans are cheering the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to hear an important abortion case. The Court announced it would hear the appeal in Gonzales v. Carhart, which more…

Winning the long war

by Henry Lamb -- The United States has never been in a war like the current war against terrorism. In previous wars, the enemy could be clearly defined, measured and defeated. In more…

The Baltimore Sun Nut Case

by Les Kinsolving -- Should the governor of any state – or any other elected official – be compelled by law not to tell any accredited reporter "No comment"? That was the more…

A nation's new gods

by Ted Byfield -- Amidst much trepidation and viewings with alarm, Canadians will undergo an unprecedented experience next week. They will behold on television an appointee to the bench being interviewed by more…

Bush policies reflect globalist power grab

by Letter of the Week -- The Dubai port controversy has shed new light on the Bush presidency. The concept of foreign ownership of American assets has long been troubling to Americans. U.S. men more…

Hillary's School for Whities

by Kevin McCullough -- This week, Hillary Clinton debuted the newest in educational options for our children. The school she referred to is evidently so secret that it doesn't even show up more…

The port deal redux

by Joseph Farah -- I think I'm safe in saying that most Americans are with me on this crazy port deal. The polls show it. The radio talk shows make the point. more…

The 'presstitutes' vs. the VP

by Ilana Mercer -- I'm no fan of Vice President Cheney or his boss. Still less am I enamored of the media – liberal and illiberal. They are, for the most, enablers more…

Is U.S. security for sale?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Is there no end to the naivete – or is it lunacy – of our government? South Carolina's legislators have it right. To hand over the operation of more…

A port in the storm

by Melanie Morgan -- The Bush administration is once again caught in the middle of a media frenzy, and ironically it seeks to find a safe port in the stormy controversy surrounding more…