Capturing the culture

by Cynthia Grenier -- Going on 70 years now, a sometime Italian theater critic named Antonio Gramsci wrote in one of Mussolini's jail cells of the importance of the left to capture more…

Holy Kool-Aid, spiritual poison

by Kevin McCullough -- For many years, a solid declaration of truth has been commonly understood in both the churched and unchurched populations of America. God is real. Evil exists. Absolutes are more…

Hillary: Co-dependent or co-conspirator?

by Joseph Farah -- Remember when Hillary Clinton and her husband's supporters just wanted to "move on." They didn't want to talk about Monica Lewinsky. They didn't want to talk about Paula more…

Legalize insider trading, part one

by Larry Elder -- Martha Stewart's case, despite public perception to the contrary, turns not on insider trading, but on obstruction of justice, lying to investigators. Dean emeritus Henry Manne of the more…

The H-bomb!

by Michael Evans -- Why has the first attempt by President Bush to organize the Aqaba Peace Summit, with diplomatic handshakes and a World class photo-op, seemingly turned into an exercise in more…

Islam's Hitler

by Hal Lindsey -- A report in Geo-Strategy Direct revealed the existence of a Shiite Arab website called "Edrisi" which claimed, "Our association has found 18 million files related to former Iraqi more…

The left's private war

by Craige McMillan -- If there is one coherent theme in the political left's rhetoric and actions, one that overrides all else, it is their dirty little war against reality. Like all more…

Conservatism 101: A checklist

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In the last couple of decades, the conservative movement has grown so large, and subdivided into so many factions, that even discriminating observers can be forgiven for confusing more…

True Grit

by Ann Coulter -- I could hardly breathe. Gulping for air, I started crying and yelling, "What do you mean? What are you saying? Why are the Clintons back again?" Interviewing Hillary more…

The mother of all financial scandals

by Michelle Malkin -- Martha Stewart is a too-easy target, an overstuffed pink pinata swinging in the wind, waiting to be thwacked by every last critic of capitalist excess. But the stock-dumping more…