Giving away the house

by Mychal Massie -- It concerns me that my country is being meted out to the highest bidder – which is one of the reasons I am opposed to the sale of more…

Nigerian archbishop of bigotry?

by Les Kinsolving -- The Washington Post, which is losing circulation, has published an article written by Washington's Episcopal Bishop John Chane, whose denomination has lost more than a million members. Bishop more…

Are time shares a good investment?

by Dave Ramsey -- Are time shares a good investment? Dear Dave, I was wondering why you think time shares are a bad idea? Also, what do you do if you've already more…

Is Bush worse than Clinton?

by Joseph Farah -- It's hard to imagine. It's difficult to come to grips with the possibility. It's not even an idea with which I like to wrestle. But the time has more…

Dubai funds Neil Bush's company

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Investors from the United Arab Emirates helped fund the $23 million Neil Bush raised for Ignite!, the learning systems company that holds lucrative No Child Left Behind Act more…

Whose heads will roll?

by Barbara Simpson -- If politics makes strange bedfellows, it also illustrates hypocrisy. We're wallowing in it and it comes from the left side of the aisle. The names Schumer and Clinton more…

The war against blondes

by Vox Day -- I will freely admit that I am perhaps more partial than most to the Nordic beauty. This may be due in part to growing up in Minnesota, where more…

Bill Clinton's (secretary) general tendencies

by Doug Powers -- Theories are once again circulating, refueled by recent events, that the United Nations, as the Wile E. Coyote of international organizations, may be about to receive another package more…

The new guest workers

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil

by Craig R. Smith -- The time has come when the three famous monkeys are telling us more about society than most would care to admit. "Hear no evil, see no evil and more…