For the love of Islam

by Ilana Mercer -- My unremarkable contention that the president sustains a love affair with Islam drew ire from the tin-foil-hat faithful, one of whom wrote: Excuse me, but what planet do more…

Parents have
no fundamental rights

by Kevin McCullough -- This week the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said simply, "There is no fundamental right of parents to be the exclusive provider of information regarding sexual matters more…

Conservatives pay lip service
to the Constitution

by Devvy Kidd -- During the extensive discussion over the Harriett Miers nomination, conservatives complained that Bush' nomination didn't fit the bill. The only choice as a replacement should be a "strict more…

Let the rumble begin!

by Jane Chastain -- President Bush set the stage for a fight when he nominated Samuel A. Alito to the Supreme Court. But let's be clear about this one thing: This is more…

Judge Alito: President Bush's triumph

by Benjamin Shapiro -- All it took was one brilliant stroke for President Bush to win back his base, shift the news focus and restore hope to his beleaguered presidency. That stroke more…

Abortion: It ain't about sex

by Craige McMillan -- If you'd like to understand the coming battle over the Alito Supreme Court nomination, you'll have to give the spinmeisters the boot. At the core of the debate more…

U.S. travel restrictions?

by Joseph Farah -- You probably heard the news that if the bird flu hits the United States, the government is planning to impose travel restrictions on citizens to fight the spread more…

Leakgate: What about Wilson's credibility?

by Larry Elder -- Question: How did "Leakgate" start? Answer: In President George W. Bush's January 2003 State of the Union speech, he said: "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein more…

Bush will rebound
from disappointments

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "When sorrows come, they come not single spies, but in battalions!" So bemoans King Claudius, in "Hamlet." And George W. Bush, after last week, would ruefully acknowledge the more…

Senate should make oil executives come clean

by Jerome R. Corsi -- With oil companies on target to earn profits of $96 billion this year, Congress is predictably on the warpath. ExxonMobil, the world's largest publicly traded oil company, announced more…