Meet Ohio Democrat's queer friends

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Editor's note: This column contains discussion of objectionable posts and images from MySpace.com. Reader discretion is advised.Ohio voters need to spend some time on MySpace.com to get a more…

Should we trade at all?

by Walter Williams -- There are only a handful of products that Americans import that cannot be produced at home and therefore create jobs for Americans. Let's look at a few of more…

An incestuous Quartet

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Since 2001, publicly, there has been a plan that diplomats, politicians and the media call "the Road Map." It bans Jews from settling in Judea, Samaria and the more…

Where's James Bond when you really need him?

by Burt Prelutsky -- As you may have noticed, Kim Jong-il has the world's leaders running around like headless chickens. Now that he's taken advantage of both Clinton and Bush and has more…

The Democrats' vote-suppression scheme

by Jill Stanek -- God gave his people lots of babies; soon their numbers alarmed their foes. – Psalm 105:24 The movers and shakers within the Democrat Party and mainstream media have more…

Politics and pulpits

by Judge Roy Moore -- In one scene of "The Patriot," a Revolutionary War movie starring Mel Gibson, a minister known as Rev. Oliver leaves his church pulpit to join militia volunteers as more…

Blabbermouth media, blabbermouth Dems

by Michelle Malkin -- Two short weeks to Election Day. As one of those post-9/11 security moms, it all comes down to a simple question for me: Who will keep this country more…

Equal rights for our posterity

by Alan Keyes -- On Nov. 7, the people of South Dakota will be asked to vote yes or no on Referred Law 6, which restores protection for the right to life more…

The Democrats' contract with America

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Democrats claim they have consistently lost elections over the past six years based on their inability to define a platform. Democrats were for the war before they were more…

Smokeless and clueless in Omaha

by Joseph Farah -- Sometimes we fool ourselves into thinking that Washington has cornered the market on government madness. It is hardly the case, as the city leaders of Omaha, Neb., showed more…