Cindy Sheehan: Puppet
of the left

by Henry Lamb -- Were it not for the interview Cindy Sheehan gave to a local newspaper on June 24, her crusade near the president's ranch might be forgivable. With each new more…

The spinning of
Grover Norquist

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- The New Yorker, a house organ of the left, recently published a fawning – yea, fatuous – article about Grover Norquist, a prominent conservative activist who heads Americans more…

Gaza goes to the dogs (of war)

by Ilana Mercer -- Gaza is being "cleansed" of Jews to the sounds of a jeering media. The punditocracy has cheered the evacuation of the descendants of the Hasmoneans and heralded a more…

Terrorism has won
the day in Israel

by Letter of the Week -- The Islamists have achieved their goal of dividing the nation of Israel and gaining the support of the government of the United States. Taking away the rightful and more…

Support our troops!

by Joseph Farah -- It's mind boggling. It's beyond belief. It's a travesty of common sense and decency. I'm talking about the plight of Carl Basham, a Texas native, registered voter, holder more…

Replaying an old, old, story

by Hal Lindsey -- It is an old, old story – almost as old as the Bible itself. Jews emigrate to what they believe is a permanent homeland. They settle in, build more…

Republican scapegoat
for 2006: Mexicans!

by Bill Press -- Fasten your seat belts. And, if you're a Latino, put on your body armor. You are Ground Zero for Republican political attacks in 2006. Starting now. Indeed, the more…

How Greenpeace learned
to love the bomb

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In an irony worthy of the anti-war satire, "Dr. Strangelove, or How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb," the anti-nuclear activist group Greenpeace – which more…

N.Y. Times continues to avoid TWA 800 connection

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: In his extraordinary DVD documentary, "Mega Fix," Emmy-award-winning filmmaker Jack Cashill traces the roots of Sept. 11 to the political exploitation of terror investigations by the more…