Vultures and looters gather

by Walter Williams -- Vultures and looters can always be expected in the wake of tragedies – they take advantage of increased opportunities to steal. Looters were arrested in New York, caught more…

Israel: Caught in the crossfire

by David Dolan -- The assassination of Israeli Tourism Minister Rehavam Ze'evi in Jerusalem yesterday has grave implications for the immediate stability of the tense Middle East. As I wrote several weeks more…

Tribute to strength

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- A terrorist attack that challenged our national security has also challenged the way we view ourselves and our fellow Americans. Even as we check the mail for anthrax more…

Protecting freedom

by Hal Lindsey -- In Afghanistan, American bombs continue to rain down on al-Qaida positions and Taliban forces across Afghanistan. After the bombs began to fall, the mainstream media broadcast unedited statements more…

A tale of two songs

by Joseph Farah -- This is a tale of two songs. The first song was written before the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the U.S. and scheduled to be recorded in the more…

Did Saddam gas his own people?

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo To: Editors, Columnists and Anchor Persons From: Jude Wanniski Re: The Gassing of Iraq's Kurds I'm broadcasting this memo to the major media, hoping it would get more…

'Ending Dramarama?'

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Each day, reading the Terror news, I almost feel like I'm at Ground Zero, as the Fear Factory – aka the mainstream media, abetted by murky statements by more…

Arafat faces his own intifada

by Joseph Farah -- There's a certain tragic irony to Yasser Arafat's plight, as he finds himself facing an intifada of his own in Gaza and elsewhere. His policemen are now vilified more…

Senate's post-terrorism power grab

by Jon Dougherty -- As usual, our power-hungry Congress is reacting badly to a crisis. Whenever that happens, freedom usually suffers. Last week the Senate passed a pair of bills that – more…