Ticking off St. Patrick

by Jack Cashill -- My black and female friends complain that their respective sub-histories are constricted to a single month. Well, if you're Irish by descent, you get a single day. And more…

Return to public execution

by Kevin McCullough -- The men and women who this week were arrested in association with the child porn sting carried out by the Justice Department should experience true justice. They should more…

Is Bush having another 'Harriet Miers" moment?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The Taliban remain the fly in the ointment in the Bush administration's push to finalize the long-sought TAP (Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan) pipeline. Promoting this deal was a main unannounced purpose more…

Shallow men and the women who suffer

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- The miracle of Purim owes much to a superficial, womanizing male who set about dating as many women as possible to find the one that was the most more…

The new polygamy

by Joseph Farah -- Sometimes I amaze myself with my uncanny ability to predict the future. Am I a prophet? Hardly. I simply use the common sense that God gave me, along more…

Censuring Jimmy Carter

by Melanie Morgan -- The past few weeks the news media has been fixated on discussions of efforts by Democrats to either impeach or censure President Bush. Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis., has more…

Wafa wows the West (but not Muslims and media)

by Ilana Mercer -- Wafa Sultan, an Arab-American psychiatrist, has been at the center of a journalistic blizzard ever since debating – and devastating – an Egyptian professor of religious studies, Dr. more…

Have the Republicans lost 2006?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Bush's job approval is now at 37 percent and even lower for his handling of Iraq. And by 50 percent to 37 percent, the nation prefers Democrats in more…