Another rape of justice

by Joseph Farah -- If Ruth Bader Ginsburg were savagely raped, I wonder if she would consider it cruel and unusual punishment to execute the perpetrator? If David Souter ever had children, more…

Arafat's plan is still on track

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In January 1996, Yasser Arafat delivered a closed-door address to Arab diplomats – or at least one that would have remained closed-door had its transcript not gotten leaked more…

Highway robbery

by Letter of the Week -- My wife and I just returned home from a road trip that took us 4,500-plus miles. We live in Oregon, where gasoline now includes 10 percent ethanol and more…

You can't legislate by the Bible

by Bill Press -- A couple of years ago, in a book called "How The Republicans Stole Religion," I urged Democrats to steal religion back. Today, Barack Obama is doing just that, more…

Supreme Court justices rediscover Constitution

by Hal Lindsey -- The Supreme Court ruled by a 5-4 margin that the Founding Fathers weren't really a collection of intellectual defectives incapable of understanding what they intended to say when more…

Evolving standards of indecency

by David Limbaugh -- The Supreme Court's barring of the death penalty for child rapists in Kennedy v. Louisiana underscores the hazards in the court's abandonment of moral absolutes in favor of more…

American innovation supremacy at risk

by Phyllis Schlafly -- The high-priced corporate lobbyists walking Capitol Hill corridors have a new mantra: innovation. They demand that Congress bring in more guest workers, especially from Asia, in order to more…

Who's planning our next war?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Of the Axis-of-Evil nations named in his State of the Union in 2002, President Bush has often said, "The United States will not permit the world's most dangerous more…