Katie Couric and her skirt

by Larry Elder -- CBS news anchor Katie Couric, invited to a briefing at the White House, complained about being the only journalist in attendance "wearing a skirt." Her colleagues included ABC's more…

Webb of venom

by Benjamin Shapiro -- President Bush's State of the Union Address was no barnburner. The president was serious and thoughtful, and his speech offered little in the way of rhetorical fireworks. But more…

The ideologue

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Churchillian it was not. Yet the State of the Union seemed a success if Bush's purpose was to buy time from Congress to wait and see if his more…

The infrastructure of life

by Robert Ringer -- In response to my article in WorldNetDaily last week ("The Great Pretenders"), I received an e-mail from a reader who wanted to know what a still-sane individual can more…

'R' for raunchy: The Oscar nominees

by Ted Baehr -- The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences just nominated four R-rated movies for best picture. Not one R-rated movie was in the top-10 box office winners in more…

The unfairness doctrine

by Joseph Farah -- It didn't take long for the Democrats in Congress to try to consolidate their power with Soviet-style Orwellian newspeak legislation that would subvert the very idea of constitutionally more…

What everyone should know about Iraq

by Jane Chastain -- "Phased withdrawal" and "troop caps" are euphemisms for "retreat and defeat" in Iraq. In recent years, U.S. withdrawals have become an all too familiar pattern for the United more…

The AP's fetus frenzy

by Jill Stanek -- You would have a difficult time figuring out Barack Obama supports infanticide by the Jan. 17 Associated Press story entitled, "Obama record may be gold mine for critics." more…

I am woman, hear me bore

by Ann Coulter -- It's nice to have a president who is not so sleazy that not a single Supreme Court justice shows up for his State of the Union address (Bill more…

Nuremberg for global warming skeptics?

by Walter Williams -- Political commentator Henry Louis Mencken (1880-1956) warned that "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed – and hence clamorous to be led to more…