The role of the watchdog

by Joseph Farah -- Good news! Americans still believe the central role of a free press in a free society is to serve as a watchdog on government. Bad news: I'm not more…

Why a Democratic network won't fly

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Until a few years ago, just about all of the national print and electronic media that mattered were safely in the hands of people who, being intellectuals of more…

Taking liberties

by Ann Coulter -- After Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt rounded up more than 100,000 Japanese residents and citizens and threw them in internment camps. Indeed, both liberal deities of the 20th century, more…

Troubled Times

by Bob Kohn -- Editor's note: Bob Kohn's "Journalistic Fraud," the latest release from WND Books, gets to the root of the real scandal at the New York Times and explains why more…

Of 'Treason' and Tailgunner Joe

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In the 1968 campaign, when Hubert Humphrey said he would end the bombing of North Vietnam, Spiro Agnew said Hubert was "soft on communism." A media firestorm erupted more…

Bush's 16 words miss the Big Picture

by Ilana Mercer -- The chattering classes are doing what they do best, and that is to shed darkness wherever they go. This writer informed readers about the Niger lie in March more…

Demise of Los Angeles Times?

by Hugh Hewitt -- Keeping an eye on the Los Angeles Times is a thankless task because, as James Lileks noted not long ago, nobody really cares what is in the Los more…

Insider trading

by Walter Williams -- Some of us know more about some things than others, and we often exploit that advantage. I know more about my driving habits than my auto insurance company. more…

Reckless charges of White House deceit

by David Limbaugh -- If there is not an orchestrated effort among Democratic leaders and the mainstream press to discredit President Bush concerning Iraq, there might as well be. The irony is more…