C.S. Lewis vs. today's literature

by Vox Day -- Editor's note: This is a selection from an essay Vox wrote, recently published in the new anthology "Revisiting Narnia," from BenBella Books.In the center of Oxford, there is more…

Is defeat now an option?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Is the United States now going to cut and run in Iraq?" asks Bronwen Maddox, foreign editor of the London Times. While the answer from President Bush remains more…

Celebrity activists lose
their Crip on reality

by Doug Powers -- Stanley "Tookie" Williams is on death row at San Quentin in California awaiting lethal injection. Williams co-founded the "Crips" in 1971, a Los Angeles street gang that has more…

Took-Took-Tookie, goodbye

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…

Talk Radio News'
other correspondent

by Ellen Ratner -- I'm going to use my column this week to introduce my readers to a new book written by Richard F. Miller, the military affairs correspondent of Talk Radio more…

Nigeria's oil resources
are growing

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The Nigerian Delta in West Africa has become a major oil producing area in recent years. According to the Energy Information Administration, Nigeria is the largest producer of more…

Dirty-bomb redux

by Gordon Prather -- On June 10, 2002, Attorney General John Ashcroft called a press conference in Moscow to announce that Abdullah Al Muhajir – aka Jose Padilla – had been arrested more…

The Israeli connection

by Ted Byfield -- Canada's Liberal party, which over the years has proved highly adept at walking down both sides of the street at the same time, was caught doing it last more…

Hypocrisy on steroids

by Henry Lamb -- Remember the Democrats' criticism after the World Trade Centers attack: "Bush knew they were coming!" The anti-Bush crowd insisted that the president had intelligence reports that revealed the more…

Believing in Heaven and Earth

by Pat Boone -- Thanksgiving reflections about blessings the Almighty has bestowed on us sometimes awaken our pity for those who seem to have been cursed more than blessed in the year more…