The secret lust for power

by Vox Day -- One of the easiest ways to dismiss something out of hand is to label it conspiracy theory. Although the word "conspiracy" simply refers to the act of joining more…

Simon: Heir to Reagan legacy?

by Barbara Simpson -- The experts have major egg on their faces. Especially the ones who thought former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan was a shoo-in for the GOP nomination for governor more…

Bill Moyers: Get a clue

by Joseph Farah -- I admit it. I'm fascinated by the way Bill Moyers' mind works. This is not the first column I have devoted to this topic. Moyers, if you don't more…

My war, drunk or sober

by Joel Miller -- "Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel," said Samuel Johnson. The same seems increasingly true for Republicans, though it might be repetitive to append the observation to more…

How to dumb down a nation

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Easy. Destroy its literacy, and you've dumbed it down. And once dumbed down, it becomes the potential victim of any power that wants to dominate it. If you more…

The Daschle doctrine

by Kyle Williams -- "Clearly we've got to find Mohammed Omar, we've got to find Osama bin Laden, and we've got to find other key leaders in the al-Qaida network or we more…

Time for a conservative revolution

by Jerry Falwell -- I want to make something perfectly clear. I am a George W. Bush fan. I think he's proving to be an extraordinary leader at a pivotal time in more…

Searching for loose nukes

by Gordon Prather -- According to this week's Time magazine, "a mercurial agent code-named dragonfire" told his handlers last October that terrorists had somehow acquired a low-yield (10 kiloton) Russian nuke. Furthermore, more…

Onward, globalist soldiers!

by Henry Lamb -- They won't get all they want, but they will take another giant step toward their goal of world government. When the U.N. High Level Panel on Financing Development more…

Supermarket sexology 101

by Ellen Makkai -- Let's axe school sex education; there's no need for it. Whatever kids need to know can be had for millions of dollars less on supermarket magazine shelves. The more…