Hillary-giver

by Joseph Farah -- I couldn't believe it when I heard Hillary Clinton was returning $850,000 in contributions linked to fugitive Norman Hsu. Of course, it was the right thing to do. more…

Why Zeke can't take Shorty to the fair

by Henry Lamb -- Zeke lived with an FFA teacher because he had no other home. He worked for his room and board; he fed the pigs and chickens, and helped with more…

A time for courage, not politics

by Star Parker -- Democratic politicians are either far more insightful than your average Republican, or uniformly more political. I'd opt for the latter conclusion. How to explain that there is not more…

Christianity Today? Or Politics Today?

by Joseph Farah -- Christianity Today has determined "what it means to love Israel." What it means is slicing it up geographically and turning over most of the historically Jewish lands to more…

Democrats succumb to MoveOn jackals

by Melanie Morgan -- The backlash over MoveOn.org's vile advertisement this week attacking Gen. David Petraeus has the jackals of the left sniffing around for a way out. The brainiacs at MoveOn.org more…

L.A. Times misleading on abortion overcrowding

by Letter of the Week -- The L.A. Times reported Monday: "Planned Parenthood's clinic here in central Missouri performs about 600 first-trimester abortions a year, drawing patients from areas several hours away. Surgical abortions more…

It's an illegal employer problem

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Contractor buddies of the Bush administration and their cronies are salivating at the idea of a massively expensive "Berlin Wall" style "fence" across the U.S. border with Mexico. more…

Iraq: No deadline? Then no dollars

by Bill Press -- For anybody looking for new insights, a new start, or renewed hope about the war in Iraq, Gen. Petraeus' long-awaited testimony before Congress and the American people was more…

The Petraeus-Crocker crock

by Ilana Mercer -- As September the 11th wore on, patience with the testimonies of Gen. David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker wore thin. Petraeus presented a m?lange of statistics meant to more…