A 4th Roman Catholic
for U.S. Supreme Court

by Les Kinsolving -- If Judge Roberts wins the support of a majority of the U.S. Senate, he will become the fourth Roman Catholic on the U.S. Supreme Court. Is that cause more…

New ideas?

by Star Parker -- A group of wealthy Democratic Party partisans has announced a new partnership called the Democratic Alliance, through which millions of dollars will be funneled to a network of more…

Making your bed
and sleeping in it

by Joseph Farah -- Those who know me understand I don't like the modern political labels employed regularly by the media and the pundit class. I think they are more a source more…

Are your kids reading rot?

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Reading isn't always good for our kids. How's that for an opening sentence to stir a little controversy among the educational elites? We've been bombarded by so many more…

The president, polls
and perseverance

by David Limbaugh -- Our Constitution's framers understood that pure democracy was not conducive to good government, so they structured the government as a constitutional republic. Nothing better illustrates the wisdom of more…

Stem cells, Nazis,
Jews & Christians

by Dennis Prager -- In discussing the Christian-Jewish divide over the Mel Gibson film "The Passion of the Christ," I explained that Jews and Christians were watching two distinct films. Christians were more…

Is this Iran crisis for real?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Are the Iranian mullahs close to acquiring the bomb? Has Iran violated the Non-Proliferation Treaty by restarting its conversion of yellowcake into uranium hexaflouride? The answer to both more…

Predictions in 'Atomic Iran' coming true now!

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Iran has now defied the E.U.-3 by resuming uranium processing at Isfahan. During the months of negotiations, Iran has put in place somewhere between 2,000 and 4,000 advanced more…

Detroit: Another victim
of spilled liberalism

by Doug Powers -- The Bay Area Center for Voting Research in California recently examined voting patterns in 237 cities with populations over 100,000, and Detroit, Michigan was ranked as the most more…