Save Our Scouts!

by Hans Zeiger -- Editor's note: Hans Zeiger's powerful new book, "Get Off My Honor: The Assault on the Boy Scouts of America," is now available for a limited time in ShopNetDaily.The more…

CAFTA: Ideology
vs. national interests

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Using the Clinton playbook for enacting NAFTA in '93, the White House is twisting arms and buying votes to win passage of the Central American Free Trade Agreement. more…

Will we defend ourselves?

by Walter Williams -- Much ado in our country and Europe has been made about alleged mistreatment and torture of suspected terrorist prisoners. First, there were stories and hand-wringing over the treatment more…

Joizey life: My personal hall
of infamy

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- So my natal state is planning an official New Jersey Hall of Fame. And soon! I can see it now: State motto: Fugeddaboutit! State bird: Stool Pigeon State more…

Why NAACP should
replace its chairman

by Les Kinsolving -- One of the best – and gutsiest – columnists in the long history of the Baltimore Sun (which includes H.L. Mencken) is Greg Kane. If the NAACP Board more…

Bill Clinton's other genocide

by Joseph Farah -- Bill Clinton apologized last weekend for his "personal failure" to prevent the 1994 slaughter of 800,000 mostly Christian members of the Tutsi tribe in Rwanda. It was certainly more…

Why we need
conservative judges

by Star Parker -- The characterizations we most commonly hear in contrasting liberal and conservative judges tend to use phrases such as "activism" vs. "restraint," and approaching the Constitution as a "living more…

Let Judge Roberts
answer the questions

by David Limbaugh -- I may be going against the conservative grain here, but I am not as bothered by the prospect of questions from Senate Judiciary Committee members seeking to determine more…

God, sin & the Paris Metro

by Jim Rutz -- First, a small bow toward the 60 distinguished columnists with whom I share these pages of dancing electrons. Together they comprise the virtual core of conservative U.S. thought more…