World opinion shouldn't count

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush has justified U.S. military actions in Afghanistan, in part, on "world opinion." That is a very weak argument, indeed. The U.S. government has a constitutional obligation more…

Destroying the Constitution

by Henry Lamb -- International treaties come in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, with varying powers to erode national sovereignty. Few people are aware of the extent to which our more…

The Wizard of Odds

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- If something's a cult, I tend to run the other way. That's just how I am – heretical. I'm not one for secret handshakes, ceremonial plates, souvenir statuettes, more…

Vital to national security?

by Walter Williams -- You'd be surprised by the newly discovered requirements for national security revealed by the Sept. 11 terrorist attack. We discovered that a thriving airline industry is necessary for more…

Requiem for a terrorist

by Hal Lindsey -- After decades in power, it would appear that the rule of Mohammed Yasser Arafat may well be coming to an end. The regime of the old terrorist is more…

The empty beret

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The new Army beret is supposedly being issued to improve morale, but no one seems to have asked the soldiers what they think. Not only do none of more…

Discovering Islam the hard way

by Don Feder -- On the day last week when the Bush administration froze the assets of the Texas-based Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, I received an attractive booklet ("Discover more…

When Johnny comes slinking home

by Ann Coulter -- We can only hope the government will deal with California Talibanist John Walker as harshly as it did with Elian Gonzalez. Encouraged by his indulgent liberal boomer parents more…

Ensuring a terrorist future

by Joseph Farah -- The Associated Press reports a military prosecutor in Beirut has charged three Lebanese Christians with a capital crime. Can you imagine what that offense is? Do you think more…

Is the Cold War 'over'?

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- In his syndicated column in Monday's New York Times, William Safire offers an ominous assessment of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the signal successes he has achieved since more…