If at first you don't succeed, lie, lie again

by Ann Coulter -- Suspiciously, Daniel Pearl's widow is suddenly being lavishly praised by the Treason Lobby. Jane Mayer, co-author of the discredited hit-book on Clarence Thomas, "Strange Justice," published an article more…

Paying lip service to barbarism

by Burt Prelutsky -- Some people used to refer to Ronald Reagan as the Teflon president because no matter how much mud his political foes threw at him, nothing stuck. That was more…

The deadly cost of environmentalism

by Walter Williams -- Environmentalists, with the help of politicians and other government officials, have an agenda that has cost thousands of American lives. In the wake of Hurricane Betsy, which struck more…

Newsweak blows hot and cold

by Joseph Farah -- I had one of those "Stop the Presses!" moments this week. That's when I read something in the so-called "mainstream" press that blows even my mind – someone more…

Alaska's gorgeous governor a vice president?

by Les Kinsolving -- Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's state website photograph Washington's "Weekly Standard" magazine's two-page feature article on Gov. Sarah Palin has a photograph of her – that would stop traffic. more…

By many or by few

by Judge Roy Moore -- During the War of 1812, Commodore Thomas McDonough was in charge of an American naval fleet defending Lake Champlain in New York against the attacking British forces. A more…

Killer cupids

by Jill Stanek -- The abortion industry cannot let the partial birth abortion ban go, for three reasons: They want to reverse the profoundly negative press it brought. They are fed up more…

The Spy Channel

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Editors Note: Today's column is political satire, mixing reports of actual news events with invented parodic consequences. Leaders in the United States are closely scrutinizing China's imminent launch more…