Charting a course for 'common ground'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Politics is a bruising, full-contact sport – as Ronald Reagan discovered shortly after his inauguration. In his autobiography, "An American Life," he tells how he and Nancy hosted more…

America's have-nots doubled in 20 years?

by Larry Elder -- Thirty-four percent of Americans say they belong to the "have-nots." Twenty years ago, only 17 percent of Americans defined themselves this way. What happened? Apparently, party affiliation, race more…

Fred Sawyer and Huckabee Finn

by Ann Coulter -- Conservatives unhappy with our Republican presidential candidates seem to be drifting aimlessly toward Fred Thompson and Mike Huckabee in the misguided belief that these candidates are more conservative more…

Robbing Peter to pay for the appalling

by -NO AUTHOR- -- After losing the large majority of battles for same-sex marriage in the states and realizing that the American people are still very much opposed to such homosexual unions, more…

Why Dobson is right

by Jill Stanek -- Monday night, Sean Hannity interviewed Dr. James Dobson on the recent news that many conservative leaders may support a third-party candidate if Rudy Giuliani is put forth as more…

John Edwards, racist

by Joseph Farah -- I'm beginning to think John Edwards may be the dumbest human being ever to seek the office of the presidency. I admit I am not familiar with many more…

NOLA still on my mind

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I rode out Hurricane Katrina on my roof by holding on to a rope for four hours in one of the most devastated areas of the New Orleans more…

The rush to hush talk radio

by Walter Williams -- The major news media no longer have the monopoly they once enjoyed. The way millions of Americans get their news and news analysis is through talk radio. The more…