Newsweek to America: Stop dreaming

by Larry Elder -- Newsweek strikes again! No, not the now-discredited, U.S.-military-flushed-the-Quran-down-the-toilet story. For its Feb. 2, 2005, issue, Newsweek's Asian international edition ran a cover showing a garbage pail with a more…

Corruption, Tennessee-style

by Joseph Farah -- Back in the presidential election year of 2000, WorldNetDaily set out to give the nation a small taste of the widespread, institutionalized political corruption that spawned the career more…

Albania's twisted path to democracy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On July 3, the poor, isolated, little-known and disregarded Muslim-majority nation of Albania will hold parliamentary elections, the latest major step in its convoluted and difficult path away more…

Viva Villaraigosa?

by Burt Prelutsky -- Recently, we elected a new mayor here in Los Angeles. James Hahn – a boring incumbent whose first term in office was tainted with a few charges of more…

Destroying effective policing

by Walter Williams -- Police departments must use race and sex preferences in hiring as a result of federal court consent decrees and political pressures. To meet these demands, many police departments more…

7 'extraordinary' idiots

by Ann Coulter -- Let's not put the seven Republican senators who engineered the "compromise" deal with the Democrats in charge of negotiations with North Korea. I would sooner trust the North more…

The truth about Guantanamo Bay

by Michelle Malkin -- The mainstream media and international human-rights organizations have relentlessly portrayed the Guantanamo Bay detention facility as a depraved torture chamber operated by sadistic American military officials defiling Islam more…

After the McCain mutiny

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- It is being called "the McCain Mutiny." On May 23, Senate Republicans were poised to disarm Harry Reid and Co. of the weapons they have used to kill more…

No time for second-guessing

by Joseph Farah -- Americans love to second-guess themselves. It has become a national sport since Vietnam. But it is dangerous business when we have so many Monday-morning quarterbacks in wartime. Two more…