Declaration of war!

by Craige McMillan -- "The kings of the earth will see the smoke of her burning, and they'll cry and carry on, the kings who went night after night to her brothel. more…

Finding God's blessing again

by Elizabeth Farah -- Editor's note: Elizabeth Farah's weekend follow-up column was not available last weekend due to technical difficulties beyond her control. It will resume again this Saturday.There are times that more…

Plantation life in a new century

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Unlike the mythical Hercules – typically portrayed as powerful, strong, courageous, cloaked in a lion's skin, and carrying a club – the contemporary worker is a rather disempowered more…

When will we learn? - part 1

by Harry Browne -- The terrorist attacks against America comprise a horrible tragedy. But they shouldn't be a surprise. It is well known that in war, the first casualty is truth – more…

What now?

by Joseph Farah -- "But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak; then I will be an enemy unto thine enemies, and an adversary unto thine more…

Evil on display

by Bill O'Reilly -- Editor's note: Purchase a copy of Bill O'Reilly's new book, "No Spin Zone," autographed and personalized, and receive a free "No Spin Zone" bumper sticker and a free more…

Language: The other battlefield

by Daniel Pipes -- When the Indian and Pakistani prime ministers met for one of their rare summit meetings this past July, each insisted on formulating the main issue between them – more…

Lies and misrepresentations

by Walter Williams -- Nowhere do lies and misrepresentation stand out in as bold relief as in the political arena. But how we forget. Speaking in 1983, head of the National Highway more…

Put up or shut up

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- There were fireworks at the White House state dinner honoring Mexican President Vicente Fox. And they came before dusk. Americans should, by now, have gotten the message that more…

The fires of conflict

by Don Feder -- On Dec. 7, 1941, Winston Churchill called President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. "What's all this about Pearl Harbor?" the prime minister asked. "It's quite true, they bombed us," FDR more…