Birds of a feather

by Hal Lindsey -- One of Britain's most vociferous (and annoying) anti-warriors – British Member of Parliament George Galloway – appeared before the Coleman Commission investigating the United Nation's Oil-for-Food fraud last more…

The next nominee ...

by Joseph Farah -- I got quite a few guffaws two weeks ago when I "guaranteed" that Harriet Miers would never testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Many scoffed when I "promised" more…

The sacrifice of Harriet Miers

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- By withdrawing her nomination, Harriet Miers spared herself an agonizing inquisition and probable rejection by the Senate and did George W. Bush the greatest service of her career. more…

Learn the lesson of Beirut!

by Melanie Morgan -- Suffering from a 101-degree fever, I was too sick and too tired to notice that as our plane entered Beirut airspace we had come under small-weapons fire from more…

They think we're a bunch of dummies

by Jane Chastain -- They think we're a bunch of dummies! How else can you explain some of the rhetoric coming out of the White House and Congress? Case in point was more…

The Plame game

by Craige McMillan -- It is heartwarming indeed to see the American media worked up over the "outing" of CIA poster girl Valarie Plame. But I wonder: Could this newfound "concern" be more…

What should be done
with the 9th Circuit?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In the view of conservatives, at least, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (with jurisdiction over California, eight other Western states, plus Guam and the Northern Marianas) more…

NBA: No bling allowed

by Larry Elder -- The National Basketball Association recently announced a new dress code for the league's 375 ballplayers. The dress code prohibits "sneakers, sandals, flip-flops or work boots. ... Sleeveless shirts, more…