China: Least-favored nation

by Burt Prelutsky -- I don't, as a rule, spend a lot of time feeling sorry for China. But that was before I read about the problems that nation is already having more…

A leak is a leak is a leak

by Michelle Malkin -- Hello, 2006. The New York Times kicked off the new year by refusing to answer its own ombudsman's questions about the timing of the newspaper's anonymous illegal leak-dependent more…

Militarize border now

by Joseph Farah -- There are many excuses for not using the U.S. military more widely for a legitimate mission of defending the homeland against foreign invasion from our southern border. One more…

Time to talk to Tehran

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Does President Bush intend a preventive war, early this year, to effect the nuclear castration of Iran? Or are we rattling sabers? What makes the question urgent are more…

Explaining Jews, part 1:
What is a Jew?

by Dennis Prager -- Years ago, on a flight to Louisville, Ky., the woman seated next to me asked what brought me from Los Angeles to Louisville. "I will be giving a more…

The poverty hype

by Walter Williams -- Despite claims that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, poverty is nowhere near the problem it was yesteryear – at least for those who want more…

What's right with Kansas

by Jack Cashill -- There is a certain class of conservatives that one meets at parties or sees on television – or even reads in books – that will go on at more…

Resolutions worth keeping

by Mychal Massie -- It's a new year and resolutions have been made about everything from eating and drinking, to spending and saving, to gaining and losing, to doing and refraining. To more…

More outrageous waste

by Les Kinsolving -- Is there, somewhere, an award for the most senseless news of the year? How would the just deceased, retired Sen. William Proxmire word the citation in one of more…

Something for nothing?

by Rebecca Hagelin -- International best-selling author Brian Tracy has done it again – written a book that sears the conscience and challenges conventional thinking with deep thinking. In his 38th book, more…