ACLU's selective indignation

by Jack Cashill -- Predictably, the American Civil Liberties Union is expressing "shock" that the Bush administration had authorized NSA eavesdropping on the overseas communications of hundreds of people living within the more…

The vain and God's name

by Pat Boone -- My friend Dennis Prager points out that the third of the Ten Commandments literally translates "Do not carry the name of the Lord thy God in vain." (Carrying more…

Secular Grinches
are on the run!

by Jerry Falwell -- Last week I reported on the Dodgeville, Wis., elementary school that had replaced the classic Christmas carol "Silent Night" with a secularized version that was retitled "Cold in more…

Democratic babbling

by Henry Lamb -- It was embarrassing to watch Democrats rally in support of Bill Clinton during the Monica affair, and their rush to defend his perjury before a federal grand jury more…

Cross-border politics

by Ted Byfield -- The phenomenon known as "the Americans" became front-and-center in Canada's Christmas election campaign last week when the U.S. ambassador unexpectedly jumped into it, admonishing Canadian politicians for using more…

Black 'leaders' caught in Katrina lie

by Kevin McCullough -- Some intriguing numbers came out this week proving that race played no role in the response to Hurricane Katrina. Of course, this bit of news never saw the more…

The first-strike Iranian threat

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The saber rattling between Iran and Israel has resulted in verbal threats indicating the possibility of a future war between the two states. This has spurred weeks of more…

Rep. Murtha is causing casualties

by Letter of the Week -- Editor's note: David Bellavia is a former U.S. Army staff sergeant who served in the First Infantry Division for six years. He has been recommended for the Medal more…

'King Kong'

by Ted Baehr -- In "King Kong," director Peter Jackson follows the "Lord Of The Rings" trilogy with this overblown, monster of a remake set in the 1930s, starring Jack Black and more…