Herod Dean

by Joseph Farah -- Howard Dean is his own worst enemy. If he survives the next 30 days as a viable candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, it will be a sad more…

Nothing's sacred ... nor secret

by Barbara Simpson -- I've got some questions for you. Think carefully. Your medical information is safe and protected in your doctor's or hospital's files. Right? Your financial information and records are more…

Hellfire and Howard Dean

by Vox Day -- As alien as the concept might seem to the sneering editorialists of the New York Times, the words Christian and Democrat are not inherently antithetical. Not even in more…

Bushite betrayal of working America

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- On Christmas Eve, a story and column in the Washington Post caught the eye. For they tell much about the two Americas we are becoming under George Bush more…

2003's 'Idiot of the Year'

by Doug Powers -- The nominees were many, but the real choices were few. Every year, there are plenty of potentials, usually coming down to some politician caught in a compromising position more…

Are you better off?

by Ellen Ratner -- Saddam Hussein is in a cell wall papered with a picture of George Bush, Omar Gadhafi has invited the world to take a look at his shop of more…

NPT Secession

by Gordon Prather -- A year ago, President Bush was searching for a rationale for applying his newly promulgated Bush Doctrine in the War Against Terror. Now, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il more…

Ace in a ho-ho-ho hole

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Even my not-so-political friend "Jacquie," the concierge from Pittsburgh, knew this finding-Saddam-ace-in-a-hole deal was likely another U.S. gummint-choreographed charade. Nevertheless, if you can obliterate the tragic after-image of more…

Unreal plan for Hinckley's unsupervised leaves

by Les Kinsolving -- The Washington Post reports further details of federal Judge Paul Friedman's absolutely incredible plan to release President Reagan's near-assassin, John Hinckley, for medically unsupervised leaves from St. Elizabeth's more…

Christmas encounter with a 'radical socialist'

by Larry Elder -- Moonie, my neighbor's cat, sits predictably outside my front door every morning at 7 a.m. Moonie expects breakfast, and if unhappy with that day's selection – fish, chicken, more…