Minuteman caravan heads to Washington

by Jerome R. Corsi -- On Wednesday, May 3, 2006, the Minuteman Project launched a 10-day cross-country car caravan that will drive from Los Angeles, Calif., to Washington, D.C., arriving on Friday, May more…

Amnesty's impact on future of U.S.

by -NO AUTHOR- -- President Bush and the congressional leaders of both parties are determined to achieve a de facto amnesty in 2006 for possibly over 12 million illegal migrants. Since more more…

Asexual men and the creeps who live on campus

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- Editor's note: This commentary refers to language and sexual situations that may not be appropriate for children.The story of the alleged rape by the Duke lacrosse team of more…

More hideous Euro-globalism

by Joseph Farah -- My biggest beef with globalism is that it creates new, bigger, unaccountable bureaucracies. Anyone who distrusts big institutions should have the highest form of skepticism toward globalism – more…

Sen. Ted Kennedy – 'peace criminal'?

by Larry Elder -- "If we got out," asked Tim Russert on NBC's "Meet the Press" recently, "and there was a civil war, chaos, and you saw al-Qaida moving in – in more…

Tony Snow takes over

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The appointment of Tony Snow as the new White House press spokesman is the shrewdest move, and also the best choice, the Bush administration has made in years. more…

Tuition soars due to knowledge shortfall

by Ann Coulter -- Every sentient, literate adult knows that the current spike in gas prices is 90 percent due to forces completely beyond the control of Congress, the White House or more…

Reconquista is real

by Michelle Malkin -- There are none so blind as those who will not see. While the mainstream media heaped praise on the "peaceful" May Day protesters and newspapers plastered sympathetic photos more…

The nation, the church and the iceberg

by Jay Stapleton -- Mariners in the north Atlantic are occasionally treated to a phenomenal sight – the migrating iceberg. Towering above the ocean surface like a 40-story office building, the floating more…

Cruel and unusual schools

by Joseph Farah -- If the Pentagon treated Guantanamo Bay prisoners like public schools treated students, Amnesty International would be up in arms, Kofi Annan would be apoplectic, the New York Times more…