The Senate Press
Rogues Gallery

by Joseph Farah -- Earlier this week, I told you about how WorldNetDaily has been systematically denied permanent congressional press credentials by the Senate Press Gallery. I mentioned that this discrimination against more…

Reality education:
Guns and sex

by Ellen Ratner -- Hate may not be a family value, but I have to admit that there are still a few things that I hate. Here are the two that top more…

Killer words

by Joe Kovacs -- Strange as it may seem, a Texas man by the name of Thomas Mitchell was convicted this week of shooting his girlfriend because he thought she was about more…

Time to point some fingers

by Jon Dougherty -- In April, the House and Senate intelligence committees will join forces to hold hearings into how the U.S. government, with its vast resources, could have possibly missed warning more…

How a president's words can lead to war

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Ideas have consequences, wrote conservative Richard Weaver. So do words, when uttered by the most powerful man on earth. By threatening war against Iran, Iraq and North Korea more…

Fetus furor

by Jane Chastain -- Did Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy G. Thompson really say that he plans to change the classification of a pre-born human being from "fetus" to "child"? That more…

Promises, promises

by Harry Browne -- We all know that politicians would never lie to us or try to mislead us. Sometimes their enthusiasm gets the better of them, however. To the world's three more…

Honing in on cloning

by Medicine Men -- Why the recent moaning about cloning? Some people worry that we humans will be cloned, others worry that we will not. It is an iron – well, OK, more…

What it takes

by Gary Aldrich -- On Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2002, warnings of another possible terrorist attack dominated the news. FBI, and other intelligence gathering agencies said terrorists, possibly inside this country, might try more…

Do the crime, do the time

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats say Republicans blocked President Clinton's judicial nominees when they ran the Senate. It's odd, though, that Republican "obstruction" still resulted in confirmation of a lot of more…