Charges of racism

by Neal Boortz -- Over the years, I've made a somewhat half-hearted attempt to collect asinine charges of racism. If I had been a bit more diligent in my collection efforts, I more…

Boy Scout zealots at Camp Balboa?

by Hans Zeiger -- Three years ago, a local atheist couple and an agnostic couple became offended by the Boy Scouts' use of public land for a camp and headquarters in San more…

Throwing an anvil to a drowning man

by Doug Powers -- With Gov. Gray Davis' popularity rating hovering around the average wintertime temperature in Helsinki, desperation is hitting the Democrat camp to save him. A recall effort is tying more…

Bambidiots

by Vox Day -- Bambidiocy 1. [n] To accept the assertion of an individual, corporation or government agency as evidence of fact, when the said individual, corporation or government agency stands accused more…

Funny ... looks like segregation to me!

by Barbara Simpson -- "A rose is a rose is a rose." So what's different about segregation? What's different about special rights? What's different about pandering to politically influential groups and trashing more…

The Starr-O'Connor legacy

by Joseph Farah -- Sometimes Republicans do more harm to America than Democrats ever could by themselves. Kenneth Starr and Sandra Day O'Connor are two prime examples. Starr is best known as more…

Bush's roadmap sabotaged by Saudis

by Michael Evans -- Following the events of Sept. 11, 2001, and the discovery that the majority of the hijackers involved in the decimation of the World Trade Center towers and the more…

Keeping our homeland secure

by Ellen Ratner -- This should have been a great week for Democrats. President G.W. Bush let the light of day shine on what has been a hermetically sealed-shut win for the more…

Trading Seabiscuit for a rabbit

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- If you wish to understand why U.S. manufacturing is in a death spiral, read last week's editorial in the Wall Street Journal. When the GOP House voted 270 more…

SAT hard!

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns contain satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to tell more…