Unfaithful: A film review

by Ilana Mercer -- There are doubtless some good, general reasons to be partial to the appeal of foreign men. From my perspective, American men don't always get the British-type barb or more…

What Bush didn't know

by Hugh Hewitt -- As usual, the elite media is asking the wrong question. Much more interesting than what Bush knew is what Bush didn't know. The list is long. Bush didn't more…

The Bush blues

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- OK, gang, he's your president, now what? You voted for him. You gleefully applauded while he stole the election that hijacked this very country as you looked away more…

Do we want democracy?

by Walter Williams -- What's so good about democracy – generally understood as having trust in the general will of a democratic people, as expressed by a vote of the majority, to more…

Where do we find such remarkable men?

by David Hackworth -- Our Rangers still aren't allowed to talk publicly about Operation Anaconda, fought last March in Afghanistan, probably because the op proved in spades how out-of-touch the top brass more…

Casting more partisan stones

by David Limbaugh -- Don't let them fool you. Despite their hasty retreat since, many leading Democrats last week implicitly accused President Bush of having foreknowledge of the Sept. 11 attacks and more…

Piling on the president

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…

Why are U.S. universities moral wastelands?

by Dennis Prager -- The vast majority of Americans believe that America's war against Islamic terror is a moral one, that the Iraqi, Iranian and North Korean regimes are evil, and that more…

Death penalty and the new racism

by Joseph Farah -- Do you think the sentence of a convicted murderer should have anything to do with the perpetrator's race? I think most civilized people would answer "NO!" Do you more…

Silencing the pulpit

by James Kennedy -- Lyndon B. Johnson had a problem. Powerful anti-communist organizations were threatening his Senate re-election campaign. The best way to stop them, Johnson decided, was to silence them. So, more…