Cover-up deep in the heart
of Texas

by Jerome R. Corsi -- CBS missed the boat. Dan Rather should never have used the forged documents. Instead, "60 Minutes" should have focused on GTECH, Ben Barnes and Harriet Miers. The real more…

Facing our fears

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet, Eating her curds and whey. Along came a spider, Sat down beside her, And frightened Miss Muffet away. – nursery rhyme more…

Thoughts on public education

by Star Parker -- In ninth-grade science classes in Dover, a little town in Pennsylvania, teachers are required to read a statement to their students that Intelligent Design should be considered as more…

Conservative movement
is dead

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Joseph Farah's acclaimed "Taking America Back," updated and revised, is now out in paperback.I hereby officially pronounce the conservative movement dead. May it rest in peace. more…

Don’t be manipulated
by the master marketers

by Rebecca Hagelin -- When you think of "marketing," what images come to mind? Chances are, you're thinking of a large company that makes a certain product – food, cars, computers, you more…

Bush recoils from greatness

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Handed a once-in-a-generation opportunity to return the Supreme Court to constitutionalism, George W. Bush passed over a dozen of the finest jurists of his day – to name more…

Disappointed, but still hopeful

by David Limbaugh -- I'm initially disappointed in President Bush's Harriet Miers Supreme Court nomination, but not quite ready to run out in front of the beer truck. Part of the problem more…

They can't tell the truth

by Mychal Massie -- Surfing the dial immediately after the Senate with near unanimity (78-22), voted to confirm John Roberts as the 17th chief justice of the Supreme Court, I reflected upon more…

FEMA: Worthy successor
to Nebuchadnezzar

by Jim Rutz -- The founder of modern saturation advertising, Senator Cato the Elder (234-149 B.C.), had a monomania about Rome's rival, Carthage. At the end of every speech he gave for more…

Cardinal blasted as a 'phony'

by Les Kinsolving -- Can you imagine a Roman Catholic laywoman publicly lashing out at a Cardinal? That is what the Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Sept. 27: Catholic laypeople, angered by last more…