Is Miers firm under criminal investigation?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- In defense of Harriet Miers, the White House has argued that she was not personally involved in the legal work done in various investment scams involving Locke Liddell more…

Defining the enemy

by Joseph Farah -- The borders remain unguarded. Federal spending is going through the roof. And Harriet Miers in the president's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. But I do have some more…

Housing market: America's 'weakest link'

by Craig R. Smith -- "It is a scene that is playing out across some of the hottest property markets from California to Florida. Inventories of unsold homes are rising, buyers are turning more…

'Sexism' and the first family

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Asked on NBC's "Today" show if criticism of the Harriet Miers nomination might be rooted in sexism, first lady Laura Bush seemed to welcome the question. "I think more…

The Polygamous Paradox

by Vox Day -- The span of a man is three score and 10, or thereabouts. As most Americans are not especially keen on availing themselves of the lessons contained in 6,000 more…

Shots in the dark

by Barbara Simpson -- Your doctor firing you? Uh, yes, and it's not a joke. It has nothing to do with a disagreement about treating an illness. It has to do with more…

Like white on Rice

by Doug Powers -- There's a possibility that Condoleezza Rice could run for president, most likely against Hillary Clinton. Should Rice run, she is in for more ill treatment than a black more…

Miers meant to 'keep lid' on lottery scandals

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The pattern of criminal influence buying that put a Texas lottery contractor's national sales director into federal prison may have reached into Gov. George W. Bush's office. Sources more…

Bush: A truly small man

by Ellen Ratner -- This month's story has been that George W. Bush's nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supremes has pitted him against his own conservative base. Yet for liberals, this more…

Russians help Iran

with missile threat

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Former members of Russia's military, secretly working as middlemen between Iran and North Korea, are helping Tehran acquire missile technology that will enable the Islamic republic to strike more…