Their next scheme: A tax on exhaling

by Craige McMillan -- Just shy of 400 years ago, Galileo made a big name for himself. He modified a crude device we call the telescope, studied the stars, and pointed out more…

Misunderstanding Iwo Jima

by Jack Cashill -- I had postponed seeing Clinton Eastwood's new movie, "Letters From Iwo Jima," for the simple reason that the critics liked it. By and large, they are an even more…

Global warming turns people 'gay'

by Larry Elder -- Global warming alarmists – despite their best efforts – seem incapable of convincing the Bush administration. So here's my suggestion. Make the scientists tell the president that global more…

The threat no one believes

by Joseph Farah -- It is now a matter of certainty that Iran has entered the war in Iraq and is killing U.S. soldiers. More than a week ago, CIA Director Gen. more…

Yellowcake and yellow journalism

by Ann Coulter -- To see how liberal history is created, you need to tune into the nut-cable stations and watch their coverage of the Scooter Libby trial. On MSNBC, they're covering more…

How Bush lost the war

by Joseph Farah -- I've been trying to think of why and how so many Americans fail to see the dangers we face in the world today from Islamo-fascism. I would say more…

The Mozart Effect: 1% for art?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The other week my gracious and culturally inclined friend "Iris," not her real name, invited me to the movies. Actually, it was a filmed version of the recent more…

How economic regulation yields poverty

by Walter Williams -- If you're looking for a map of world poverty, check out the "2007 Index of Economic Freedom" jointly published by the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal. more…

How Dinesh D'Souza is aiding the enemy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Dinesh D'Souza, renowned author and speaker, recently came out with a book entitled, "The Enemy at Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11." Since then he more…