Poster-boy losers

by David Hackworth -- Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, the guy who saved our nation during the Civil War, probably wouldn't make major in today's Army. He was mule-skinner abrasive, enjoyed his sauce more…

Crisis of integrity

by Hugh Hewitt -- The editorials of the New York Times long ago gave up any pretense to persuasion, and now serve only to illumine the Left's latest version of history. This more…

Who let the dogs out?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- License dog owners now! I love dogs, but the other afternoon when I blithely opened my front door and attempted to leave the house and go about my more…

The real Lincoln

by Walter Williams -- Do states have a right of secession? That question was settled through the costly War of 1861. In his recently published book, "The Real Lincoln," Thomas DiLorenzo marshals more…

World government's revenue stream

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Financing for Development Conference has just ended in Monterrey, Mexico, and to most nothing happened since nothing of great substance was reported. Yet nothing could be further more…

The pope's marines

by David Limbaugh -- The Catholic Church is under siege. The ongoing sex scandal involving the priesthood is reverberating everywhere, in religious and secular circles, and everyone is piling on. But if more…

Foreign aid and Republican abdication

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Editor's note: Buchanan's latest book is here! "The Death of the West" is an eye-opening expos? of how immigration invasions are endangering America. Both autographed and unautographed copies more…

Resurrection power!

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Resurrection power! Have you ever stopped to think about what that really means? The power to overcome sin; the power to overcome death; the power to overcome the more…

Smoke and lose your son

by Dennis Prager -- The March 25 issue of the New York Law Journal reports that a New York Supreme Court Justice, Robert F. Julian, has banned a divorced mother from smoking more…

Restoring the Everglades

by Joseph Farah -- Beginning in 1850, and continuing through 1979, the U.S. federal government spent billions and billions of dollars to drain Florida's Everglades and build various flood-control projects. You can more…