Bin Laden goes Hollywood?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Sometimes, life's like a "Saturday Night Live" routine, isn't it? There's this video-tape, see – purportedly portraying DUH-Bya's "Demon Du Jour" Osama bin Laden sitting around and chatting more…

Santa is appalled

by Bill O'Reilly -- 'Tis the season to be dopey. I was hoping the annual assault on Christmas would be shelved this year because the national mood was more sober after 9-11, more…

They've surrendered, let's attack!

by Ann Coulter -- As pundits mull whether America's next target in the war on terrorism should be Iraq or a smaller quarry first – such as the Sudan or Somalia – more…

Farewell Anthony Lewis

by Joseph Farah -- New York Times columnist Anthony Lewis wrote his farewell column this week after 32 years. The good news is he's calling it quits. The bad news is he more…

The man without a country

by Hal Lindsey -- By now, everybody has seen the man dubbed "Johnny Taliban" by the press. John Walker Lindh is a 20-year-old convert to Islam who was captured fighting with the more…

Missile defense mismanagement?

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Two amazing things happened in the aftermath of President Bush's visionary and courageous decision to withdraw from 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty. First, contrary to the confident predictions of more…

Bringing back civil defense

by Joseph Farah -- If there's a silver lining to the dark cloud of terrorist attacks on America, I hope it is the awareness that our country is virtually defenseless against attacks more…

Do the job and get out

by David Hackworth -- It was a big week for television: Osama bin Laden, currently the Numero Uno monster on our Hit Parade list, sharing prime time with our first-rate warriors in more…

Congress' nasty Christmas present

by Jane Chastain -- Santa – at least this Santa – is unhappy over what has happened to the traditional Christmas Eve snack. No, I am not allergic to milk and it's more…

Slow Joe Biden

by Hugh Hewitt -- The senior senator from Delaware has long been understood to be something less than serious – a sort of Ted Baxter of the "world's greatest deliberative body." Now more…