Can't rule anything out?

by Gordon Prather -- If you ask, "Do you really believe Brownies are potential airliner hijackers?" – the Grand Pooh-bahs reply, "We can't rule them out." If you ask, "Are you going more…

Terror campaign halted …
for now

by Jerry Falwell -- A homosexual website called "usQueers.com" recently issued a "Wanted" campaign calling for the deaths of pro-family leaders – including Dr. James Dobson, Gary Bauer, Beverly LaHaye, myself and more…

Sept. 11: Let us never forget

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On Sept. 11, nearly 5,000 people were plucked from life. They had no idea what lay ahead for them and that that day, Tuesday, would be their last. more…

Taking advantage

by Alan Keyes -- From military tribunals to the questioning of foreign nationals and incarceration of suspected terrorist accomplices, the war on terror is obliging Americans, and the government of these United more…

Crushing the Taliban

by Yaffah daCosta -- So America has crushed the Taliban – not because they oppressed women or members of minority religions. Nor did we crush them because they are a totalitarian regime more…

Trying times

by David Limbaugh -- When I first heard that President Bush was contemplating an executive order to establish military tribunals to try terrorists, I just knew that many liberals (and civil libertarians) more…

A liberal's manifesto

by Ellen Ratner -- Over the last 20 years, there's been a lot of confusion about what a liberal is and what a liberal stands for. Well, we're in a shooting war more…

Good tidings of great joy

by Joseph Farah -- "Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city more…

Afghanistan's war on women

by John N. Doggett -- Two years ago, I wrote the following column about the horror of Afghanistan. Back then, some readers denied what was happening to women and the world turned it more…

Military tribunals: A wartime necessity

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- When Leon Czolgosz shot President William McKinley in 1901, he was tried before a civilian court, as was Giuseppe Zangara, the would-be assassin of President-elect Franklin Roosevelt in more…