Pete Stark: Raving lunatic

by Michelle Malkin -- Editor's note: The following column contains language that may offend some readers.Rep. Fortney "Pete" Stark, D-Calif., is the foul-mouthed poster boy for Liberal Double Standards. There he was more…

Going un-postal: A fantasy

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Editor's note: The following column is a work of satire and invention.The Bush-Wah administration announced today it's doing away with Post Offices in America. "We have decided to more…

What would Democrats have done?

by David Limbaugh -- Since national Democrats have literally no agenda on which to base their upcoming presidential and congressional campaigns, they continue to carp at President Bush. While it is important more…

We made it!

by Walter Williams -- Whenever someone says that this or that government program is absolutely necessary, I always wonder, "What did people do and how did they survive before the program?" If more…

Will we stay the course in Iraq?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- After the suicide bombing of the Marine barracks, Ronald Reagan made a cold-blooded decision. Concluding America had no vital interest in Lebanon, he cut his losses and withdrew more…

Tolkien in the White House?

by Hugh Hewitt -- My friend Hans is as much a lover of Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" as I am, and after Tony Blair's magnificent speech to the Joint Session of more…

I'm with Kobe

by Neal Boortz -- Los Angeles Laker basketball player Kobe Bryant has been charged with felony sexual assault. This could be the end of his professional basketball career. It will almost certainly more…

It's still about a better education

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Researcher Donavan Wilson, a colleague of mine at the Heritage Foundation, has an interesting theory about why so many people here in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere, remain so more…

Who is Mahmoud Abbas?

by Joseph Farah -- To his great credit, President Bush has not made one mistake his predecessor made repeatedly – inviting the father of modern-day terrorism, Yasser Arafat, to the White House. more…

Judicial atheism: Separation of God and state

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In 1776, 56 courageous men signed the Declaration of Independence, which at the time was an act of treason against England. The second paragraph of the Declaration begins more…