Animals and war

by Doug Powers -- With all the stories these past few days about the use of animals during a time of war, animal-rights activists must have their hemp undies in a wad. more…

Dead man plotting

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Eight days into the war, 27 Americans had died in combat, some from friendly fire. Yet, already, journalists were talking about America being caught in a quagmire like more…

The enemy's megaphone

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Well, surprise, surprise, surprise ... Peter Arnett is broadcasting his special brand of ego-driven, anti-American rhetoric from Baghdad once again, having been rehabilitated from his ashes and sackcloth more…

Biblical guidelines for national prayer

by Jerry Falwell -- At this critical time in our nation's history, it is imperative that Christians join together in prayer for our troops who wage war against a merciless enemy. This more…

Eco-wackos and moonshiners

by Gordon Prather -- The eco-wackos and moonshiners were dancing in the streets when Congress enacted the Energy Policy Act of 1992. Among other things, EPAct proposed to enhance our nation's energy more…

What's next for the U.N.?

by Henry Lamb -- The first week of fighting has brought news reports from independent journalists that reveal the true colors of the Iraqi regime. No one should be surprised that, in more…

Shock and awe, luck and flaw

by Erik Rush -- There's a saying that goes "an expectation is a premeditated resentment." Quite a few of the reports we've been getting out of Iraq since the ground war began more…

France: Vulture of the world

by Kyle Williams -- Politicians in the United States have said that President Bush has failed diplomatically and perhaps has made history in his "failure." However, I believe they are wrong. France more…

The stench of mainstream media narcissism

by David Limbaugh -- The self-absorption and self-elevation of the mainstream media in disparaging our military efforts, complaining about being kept out of the information loop, and asserting their neutrality in the more…