Thinking the unthinkable

by Vox Day -- I learned a bitter lesson in thinking about the unthinkable last winter. We had two dogs, one of which, a Rottweiler, had a distinct predisposition for roaming. We more…

The world is upside down

by Hugh Hewitt -- The political weather is turning in Washington, D.C. The new seriousness has begun to affect even the left-of-center media. It is a rare thing to have a liberal more…

Isn't it time for the truth?

by Harry Browne -- It is time for President Bush to stop cheerleading and speak the truth. He said last Thursday, "This great nation will never be intimidated. Life in America is more…

The rise of O'Reilly

by Joseph Farah -- Bill O'Reilly is the new king of cable television news. The latest Nielsen ratings show the Fox News Channel's "No Spin Zone" star with a 2.4 rating and more…

Time of testing

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Testing, testing. That word may be the leitmotif of the next three days – and not only for technicians checking out microphones used at summit photo ops featuring more…

Kallstrom's quest for redemption

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: James Sanders, a former police officer turned investigative reporter, co-writes this report with Jack Cashill. Sanders is the author of "The Downing of TWA Flight 800" more…

World's most dangerous hatred

by Michael Medved -- The world's most dangerous, powerful and pathological hatred isn't racism or anti-Semitism, homophobia or sexism. It is anti-Americanism – consuming, obsessive, utterly irrational hostility to the United States, more…

Sierra Club Dems vs.
energy security

by Don Feder -- While Democrats fiddle with airport security in an attempt to create 28,000 new federal jobs, a fire rages at the intersection of energy policy and national security. President more…

Oh, SHUT UP!

by Geoff Metcalf -- Bill Clinton is a small dollop of pond scum masquerading as a man. Throughout the dark eight years of the Clinton regime we were subjected to abuse of more…

Anthrax ping-pong

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Six weeks after the first U.S. anthrax-related death, authorities in big cities –like, say, Los Angeles – are now prepared to handle and investigate calls regarding mysterious powder more…