Of border walls and immigrating dogs

by Ted Byfield -- The insistence of a Washington state couple that they have a right to build a four-foot concrete wall along 80 feet of the 1,270-mile-long U.S.-Canada boundary in the more…

Don't be fooled by Romney

by Joseph Farah -- Mitt Romney has one chance to become president of the United States. Because of his wealth and his political machine on the ground in early primary states, he more…

Health care's absurd mythology

by -NO AUTHOR- -- My July 6 column on universal health care created quite a stir. One fellow likened my article to an act of treason because I had violated one of more…

Potter's kids: Narcissistic, spoiled brats

by Ted Baehr -- Watching 6- and 7-year-old children walk out of the press screening for the new "Harry Potter" movie (as well as the many reviewers and others with witchcraft symbols more…

Republican family values

by Bill Press -- Republicans routinely paint themselves as the party of "family values," without spelling out exactly what values they're talking about. Well, now we know. Louisiana Sen. David Vitter, one more…

Potter magic is a problem

by Letter of the Week -- I was appalled, disgusted and flat-out angry when I read "Author calls Potter 'Christian literature' – Insists Rowling is believer who incorporates faith into books." Repulsion flowed after more…

15 questions for Johnny Sutton

by Jerome R. Corsi -- WND has reported Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein will preside over a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing examining the prosecution of former Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean. more…

George W. Bush: Bad to the bone

by Ilana Mercer -- Bush is destroying the country (national debt: $9 trillion; national identity: Babel). But try and saddle him with that responsibility and you come up against reams of rationalizations, more…

The Prince of Darkness

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Come here," Richard Nixon whispered. I did – as Nixon peeled the curtain back to reveal a group of reporters gathered for his press briefing. "There," Nixon nodded. more…

The Democrats' fear we might win in Iraq

by David Limbaugh -- The Democrats' long-entrenched position, partisan interests and ideological inclinations militate against them changing their mind on Iraq, regardless of the facts on the ground. First, please consider honestly more…