What or who is the market?

by Walter Williams -- Every day, we hear something about markets. Your 6 o'clock news anchor might say, "The market had a bad day." Last year, Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Alan Greenspan more…

Losing the home front

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Not a year has elapsed since the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon that killed 3,000 Americans. Yet the national consensus behind the war on terror more…

Libertarian wrangling

by Ilana Mercer -- Harry Browne knows how to put a guest at ease on his libertarian show on Radio America. But even a consummate gentleman like Harry can't mask the fact more…

Nine miracles in one day

by Hal Lindsey -- It was an unlikely outcome. All nine of the miners trapped 240 feet under the earth were rescued – alive, and apparently none the worse for wear after more…

Emotional rescue

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Just 10 miles from the grassy field where hijacked Flight 93 slammed down aflame in Pennsylvania on 9-11, killing all 40 passengers and crew aboard, Somerset County rescuers more…

The OKC-9/11 connection, again

by Joseph Farah -- For more than 10 months, I have been wondering out loud if the FBI and other federal authorities would take a new look at the broader conspiracy of more…

Finding joy while saying 'goodbye'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- While the rising summer sun chased away night's darkest hours, my somber privilege was to be holding my mother's soft, swollen hand as she left the painful confines more…

Christkillers

by Vox Day -- I am no paragon of secular virtue – and I enjoy a good racist/sexist/agist/dietist/sexual-orientationist/handicapable-ist joke poking fun at the foibles, insecurities and inadequacies of people who are not more…

Politics before principle

by Les Kinsolving -- Early in July, the Washington Post reported that Maryland gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy-Townsend (of America's political royal family) was in big trouble with some of Maryland's more…

Set the record right

by David Hackworth -- Much of the U.S. press corps covering our military seem to work overtime reinforcing Hiram Johnson's on-target comment, "The first casualty when war comes is truth." Perhaps I more…