A tale of two churches

by Bill O'Reilly -- When it comes to alleviating the suffering of the poor, no organization on this earth has been more effective than the Roman Catholic Church. From the disease-ridden streets more…

The lesson of al-Hudaybiyah

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush was quick to praise Yasser Arafat's pledges of reforms and elections to the Palestinian Legislative Council. My guess is that the administration didn't actually read a more…

Mr. Smith went to Washington

by Jane Chastain -- Recently, I watched "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington." The 1939 film, which was nominated for 11 Academy Awards and won the Oscar for Best Motion Picture Story, is more…

Defending our 'freedoms'

by Harry Browne -- We are told over and over again that the terrorists aren't upset with American foreign policy – it's our freedoms they can't stand. They want to destroy us more…

Israel's moral legitimacy

by Doug Casey -- How morally legitimate is the state of Israel? Of course, my own view is that the idea of the state – any state – is fatally flawed. Government more…

Robbing Peter to pay farmer Bob

by Joseph Farah -- If you were still laboring under the delusion that the implosion of the Soviet Union signaled the end to the notion that central governments could redistribute wealth more more…

Unfaithful: A film review

by Ilana Mercer -- There are doubtless some good, general reasons to be partial to the appeal of foreign men. From my perspective, American men don't always get the British-type barb or more…

What Bush didn't know

by Hugh Hewitt -- As usual, the elite media is asking the wrong question. Much more interesting than what Bush knew is what Bush didn't know. The list is long. Bush didn't more…

The Bush blues

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- OK, gang, he's your president, now what? You voted for him. You gleefully applauded while he stole the election that hijacked this very country as you looked away more…

Do we want democracy?

by Walter Williams -- What's so good about democracy – generally understood as having trust in the general will of a democratic people, as expressed by a vote of the majority, to more…