PBS: Progressive's Broadcasting Service

by Craige McMillan -- In the great days of the cold war, Premier Nikita Kruschev of the USSR famously removed his shoe during an address at the United Nations by British Prime more…

No more Boy Scouts in Britain

by Hans Zeiger -- The year 2007 would have marked the 100th birthday of Boy Scouting in England. Unfortunately, the British Boy Scouts, founded by Lord Robert Baden-Powell as the first Scouting more…

Will it be Romney in 2008?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I have been planning for some time to write a column on the prospects of Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney to be the Republican nominee in 2008 and the more…

Rewarding terrorism

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush has given away the Israeli store to Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas. There's hardly anything else to say about it. By proclaiming that the new starting more…

Appeasement's fatal attraction

by Hal Lindsey -- Last week, I reported President Bush's shocking change in attitude toward Israel. This week, I want to show you why this should be of great concern to Americans. more…

Losing their heads over Gitmo

by Ann Coulter -- I guess Bush should have backed Katherine Harris, after all. Sen. Mel Martinez, the Senate candidate Bush backed instead of Harris, has become the first Republican to call more…

The unusual suspects

by Burt Prelutsky -- Like most people, I had long wondered about the identity of Deep Throat. Now that W. Mark Felt has stepped forward confessing to having been Mr. Throat, I more…

The snobs on 'The View'

by Michelle Malkin -- Have pity on Barbara Walters. Barbara Walters is, after all, Barbara Walters. And Barbara Walters should not be made to suffer the gross indignity of flying in first more…

Do over in the Mideast

by Joseph Farah -- Forget three major wars. Forget 60 years of Arab terrorism against Israel. President Bush has declared a do-over. It's back to the beginning. For Israel, he has declared, more…

Reviving the foreign-aid racket

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Debt Cut Is Set for Poorest Nations" was the headline in Sunday's Washington Post over the lead story. "The world's wealthiest nations," wrote Paul Blustein, "agreed yesterday to more…