Death and the left

by Vox Day -- The assassination of Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn and the hysteria that surrounded the recent French elections are illuminating with regards to the current state of European politics. The more…

Spreading terrorism, 1 by 1

by Barbara Simpson -- My first thought when I heard the news headline was, “How did Italy get so lucky?” I guess I didn’t have the only raised eyebrow because scarcely a more…

O'Reilly's tragic flaw

by Geoff Metcalf -- Bill O'Reilly's hissy fit on the air with Don Imus has done more damage to the O'Reilly package than 50 Matt Drudges. The last time I wrote about more…

6 new treaties go to Senate

by Henry Lamb -- Assistant Secretary of State John Turner asked the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to ratify six new environmental agreements. He said, "ratification of these agreements is not controversial and more…

The Ozzy and Dubya show

by Joseph Farah -- I've waited a full week to say anything about the White House Press Correspondents Dinner starring President Bush and Ozzy Osbourne. Much has been written about the event more…

Cardinal Outlaw

by Alan Keyes -- Cardinal Law's deposition testimony last week demonstrated conclusively, again, that he should resign as cardinal. He has evinced a spiritual incompetence for his high position not just by more…

Muddling the Mideast

by Michael Medved -- When the mainstream media make sincere attempts at "even-handedness" in reporting the current conflict in the Middle East, that effort frequently leads to grotesque distortions and blatant unfairness. more…

ACLU goes to war against abstinence teaching

by Jerry Falwell -- The American Civil Liberties Union is in a tizzy again. They are going to court in an effort to halt federally-funded school programs that teach sexual abstinence. The more…

Making money in America

by Kyle Williams -- Amid reports of economic growth and recovery, the Fed is scrambling to come up with answers on the state of the economy. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, in more…

Bush fires warning shot

by Henry Lamb -- George Bush fired a shot across the bow of the United Nations Monday, when he ordered Undersecretary of State John R. Bolton to withdraw the signature of the more…