Cynthia McKinney: Today's Hanoi Jane

by Debbie Schlussel -- During World War II, we had Tokyo Rose sending demoralizing messages to our troops. During Vietnam, we had Hanoi Jane Fonda sending her treasonous messages to our boys more…

Attacking anthrax anxiety

by Medicine Men -- There they go again. Nature abhors a vacuum. That's why the media have to fill every second of air time and inch of page space. But where the more…

FBI turf war way overblown

by Gary Aldrich -- In recent days there have been media accounts of an alleged turf war between the FBI and certain local law enforcement – that some claim may hamper the more…

The price of freedom

by Bob Howard -- One of the 'lefties' favorite sons, Dan Rather, was recently on the "Imus In The Morning" show chiding our intelligence agencies for their recent failures. Of course the more…

Witness for justice

by John N. Doggett -- Ten years ago, I had the honor to testify for Clarence Thomas. Many have forgotten how explosive the Clarence Thomas hearings became when Anita Hill suddenly appeared. Liberals more…

Curb waste to pay for protection

by Jon Dougherty -- Just a month or so after the worst terrorist attacks in history were perpetrated against our country, more and more experts are beginning to assess what it might more…

Celebrating Barry Bonds

by Alan W. Bock -- Forget terrorism and war today. I just want to say how pleased I am that Barry Bonds broke the Major League home run record. Not because the record more…

Patriotism: No refuge for scoundrels

by David Limbaugh -- The anti-American crowd has adopted as its motto, "Dissent is the true mark of a patriot." How about instead, "Dissent from such mindless strictures of political correctness is more…

We can't win this way

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The government cannot win its war against terrorism, at least as it is presently being pursued. The terrorists will always outsmart the central planners in D.C., now and more…

Casualties of war

by Joseph Farah -- The Islamicists' war on the United States has already claimed more civilian U.S. casualties than any conflict since the War Between the States. That's the bad news. The more…