God, sin & the Paris Metro

by Jim Rutz -- First, a small bow toward the 60 distinguished columnists with whom I share these pages of dancing electrons. Together they comprise the virtual core of conservative U.S. thought more…

What the world owes Palestinians and the Left

by Dennis Prager -- In the last few weeks, innocent men, women and children have been blown up, paralyzed, brain damaged and otherwise had their lives ruined by Muslim suicide bombers in more…

Government-sponsored slavery

by Mychal Massie -- There is an unjustified superiority of thought held by many pursuant to the quality of life we can anticipate for our children based on today's educational system. I more…

Immigration Reform Act of '05: A great start!

by Craig R. Smith -- "I oppose amnesty, placing undocumented workers on the automatic path to citizenship. Granting amnesty encourages violation of our laws and perpetuates illegal immigration. America is a welcoming country, more…

Thumb on the scale

by Ellen Ratner -- The president chose D.C. federal Appeals Court Justice John G. Roberts to fill Sandra Day O'Connor's seat on the Supreme Court. The verdict is still out on how more…

The art of controversy

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Let's get naked!

by Vox Day -- Whereas the wearing of unseasonal or inappropriate clothing can be reasonably expected to have lethal consequences in light of the London subway bombings; And whereas the federal government more…

The Supremes on a frog hunt

by Barbara Simpson -- Watch out everybody. We're being cooked like a frog! Bottom line: You do not drop it in boiling water. Smart guy that he is, he'll jump right out. more…

Intolerance police strike in N.J.

by Joseph Farah -- Jihad Daniel, a student employee at William Paterson University in New Jersey, got an unsolicited e-mail from Professor Arlene Holpp Scala, chairwoman of the department of women's studies. more…