An oasis in the desert

by Rebecca Hagelin -- As a new bride in 1984, I left my job in Washington, D.C., and moved to Houston, Texas, where my husband, Andy, taught Naval Sciences at Rice University. more…

Who supports same-sex marriage?

by Dennis Prager -- In my previous column, I wrote that the unique Judeo-Christian value system that forms the moral basis of American society is under attack by two forces – the more…

In search of a Ulysses

by David Hackworth -- We're engaged in a terrorist conflict that will no doubt prove to be the longest and nastiest war in our country's history. Which means we can't tolerate slack more…

Is Easter next?

by Mychal Massie -- A question that begs answering – now that the "legions" of darkness have reduced Christmas to a secular holiday – is how long before Easter suffers the same more…

In defense of Martha Stewart

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- A small-minded jury with moral blinders convicted Martha Stewart of non-crimes. Somehow, if someone provides you with "inside" information that could prevent you from losing money, you are more…

President Bush's election nightmare?

by Michael Evans -- Fireworks erupted Friday in Baghdad, but not in celebration of the interim constitution just unveiled. Mortar shells and roadside bombs accounted for the blasts heard around the city. more…

Watch out hens, the Fox is back!

by Barbara Simpson -- Look at the headlines! Sept. 11 widows outraged over Bush commercials. Democrats empowered by Kerry's wins. Defiance of the law spreads as homosexual marriages continue. Arguments about Iraq. more…

The Axis of Liberal

by Vox Day -- Democrats are masters of avoidance. Ever since Walter Mondale was massacred by Ronald Reagan, thanks to his foolish truthfulness in telling the nation exactly what he planned to more…

Hollywood honors a Nazi

by Joseph Farah -- I waited a week to write this. I waited intentionally to see if there would be any apology, any second-guessing, any mea culpa from Hollywood. Nope. A full more…

The aggressors in the culture wars

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "It became an emblematic moment. Patrick Buchanan standing before the Republican National Convention in August 1992, bluntly declaring that there was a 'religious war' and a 'cultural war' more…