Democrats whiff in games that count

by Rusty Humphries -- What's America's favorite past time? Baseball? Not mine. I like politics. More bloody than boxing, more frustrating than golf and more tense than a pitcher with a 3-2 more…

The vanishing conservative

by Vox Day -- I am not a conservative. While I respect genuine conservatives and appreciate the value of conserving cultural traditions, the Judeo-Christian ethic and the foundations of civilization, conservatives have more…

The society of victims

by Burt Prelutsky -- Ann Coulter certainly stirred up a hornet's nest when she accused the so-called ''Jersey Girls'' of wallowing in their widowhood. Tim Rutten, the resident media critic for the more…

Coulter delivers knockout

by Joseph Farah -- I didn't rush to pick up Ann Coulter's "Godless" – even though she is my favorite pundit. I waited a whole five days after the infamous 6-6-6 release more…

The Hillary Curse

by Joseph Farah -- I guess the weekend is as good a time as any to deal with this subject. Because among the ways I plan to spend the day will be more…

Feds flip-flop on animal ID?

by Henry Lamb -- For nearly four years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has been developing a National Animal Identification System that conforms with international guidelines. The Draft Strategic Plan was issued more…

How to divorce-proof your marriage

by Greg Laurie -- A number of years ago, there was a television program called "Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire?" Never mind if you didn't get to see it. You really more…

A welcome sign for terrorists

by Ted Byfield -- Skeptical American politicians who see Canada's ultra-liberal immigration and multi-cultural policies as creating the perfect threshold for terrorists to enter the United States last week received powerful reassurance more…

An American business 'success' story

by -NO AUTHOR- --   America is the land of entrepreneurs. Those that are successful find a formula that works and then replicate that formula many times to build an empire. We more…

No good deed goes unpunished

by Craig R. Smith -- We may well have come to a point in America where we have lost our collective mind – an observation I believe should be considered by every American more…