When cancer kids turn into courage kids

by Rebecca Hagelin -- "If I can stop one heart from breaking," Emily Dickinson once wrote, "I shall not live in vain." Imagine, then, what the poet would think of Andrea Yaeger. more…

Accuse 1st, ask questions later

by Star Parker -- Words are as fragile and sensitive as the human beings who utter them. They need careful nurturing and appropriate context and presentation for their meaning and intent to more…

Mr. President, embrace conflict!

by David Limbaugh -- I disagree with right-wingers who profess to be heartened by the rancorous debate among conservatives over the Miers nomination. Unfortunately, in many cases, the disputes have degenerated into more…

Can you hear me now?

by Joseph Farah -- Ever since I wrote my book "Taking America Back" – and even before – I've been challenging "conservatives" to look in the mirror to understand why they keep more…

Join the W.O.W.: World's Oldest War

by Jim Rutz -- Know the difference between a 2-year-old and a terrorist? You can reason with a terrorist. Every 2-year-old starts off as a tyrant, determined to be ruler of his more…

Why Miers must be defeated

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine if Bill Clinton had nominated his personal attorney and White House counsel to a post on the U.S. Supreme Court. Somehow, I can't imagine my conservative friends more…

Women! Someday is today

by Vox Day -- Is motherhood instinctive or learned behavior? Both religion and science tell us that it is instinctive, much to the distaste of the feminist ideologists, who have never been more…

The survival crapshoot

by Barbara Simpson -- You ain't seen nothin' yet! If you think the reaction to how the devastation of Katrina was handled by authorities was strong, imagine what would happen if – more…

Why did Bush do it?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Sometimes, party loyalty asks too much," said JFK. In asking conservatives to support Harriet Miers, prior to full Judiciary Committee hearings, George W. Bush asks too much. Trust more…

Cronies, cronies everywhere

by Doug Powers -- The charge: Bush chose a Supreme Court nominee based, not on credentials and background, but rather someone who was a friend and longtime loyalist, in spite of there more…