Would you jump in the rain for John McCain?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By William J. Murray Shortly after obtaining enough delegates to claim the 2008 Republican nomination for the presidency, John McCain spoke at the luncheon for a premier conservative more…

The world's 2nd-oldest profession

by Burt Prelutsky -- I have a confession to make. On many occasions, I have been one of those who have ridiculed people for no other reason than that they've been lawyers. more…

The death of shame

by Benjamin Shapiro -- As I write this Tuesday afternoon, March 11, the clock reads 4 p.m. It has been over a day since the media broke the story that New York more…

Obama squeaky-clean? Hardly

by Jane Chastain -- Have you ever wondered how a little-known state legislator, who got his lunch handed to him in 2000 when he ran for a congressional seat, managed to become more…

1 fewer super-delegate for Hillary

by Mason and Felder -- First, the good stuff. Hillary Clinton lost one super-delegate. The U.S. attorney's office in New York was able to keep a lid of privacy on the whole subject more…

Iraq: Winning issue for McCain

by David Limbaugh -- When it comes to national security, Democrats are serving up softballs for John McCain. But he better be getting a lot of batting practice so he can knock more…

Anita Bryant was right

by Janet Porter -- Last weekend I met a true hero. A woman I have long admired for a stand that cost her everything. In fact, I dedicated my book, "The Criminalization more…

'Obaman' theology

by Mychal Massie -- Barack Hussein Obama told a gathering in Nelsonville, Ohio on March 2 that he is "a devout Christian," that he prays "to Jesus every night" and tries to more…

Bush finds me unruly?

by Les Kinsolving -- The first formal White House presidential press conference was held by Woodrow Wilson in 1913, notes the White House Historical Association; which goes on to report: "Franklin D. more…