Did I miss the 'hip' part?

by Ann Coulter -- CNN commentators keep telling us how young and hip the audience was for last week's YouTube Democratic debate, apparently unaware that the camera occasionally panned across the audience, more…

Why 'price gouging' usually isn't

by Walter Williams -- Historical costs, sometimes called sunk costs, are irrelevant to decision-making because they are costs that have already been incurred. That's something that's not intuitively obvious, even for some more…

Fat chance: The new 'evil'

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Editors note: Today's column is purely an imaginative work of satire and invention.Suddenly scientists are saying fat is catching, even from afar. You must have seen the alarming more…

What's fair about the Fairness Doctrine?

by Burt Prelutsky -- Lately, I've been hearing rumors that prominent liberal politicians, the very same people who are always proclaiming themselves passionate advocates for free speech, are looking into ways to more…

Providential design: Our surest hope

by Judge Roy Moore -- Many people in our country have a bleak view of the future. Political corruption, immorality, terrorism, threats to American sovereignty and the prospect of continued wars in the more…

Why federal corruption is out-of-control

by Benjamin Shapiro -- This week, FBI and IRS agents searched the home of Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, 83. Stevens is under suspicion for his connection to Bill Allen, an oil state-services more…

Help me Rwanda!

by Joseph Farah -- "Rwanda abolishes death penalty." The headline caught my eye. Some 13 years after the government of Rwanda sparked the genocide of some 800,000 mostly Christian ethnic Tutsis, a more…

The day 'New Media' was born

by Joseph Farah -- Watch Joseph Farah talk about this column on Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" tonight. Everyone recognizes today we are in the midst of a media revolution. But more…

To hell with the dogs until people count

by Mychal Massie -- Blacks, at the urging of their so-called leadership, are often quick to become incited at the least provocation – real or perceived. At times, this has been well-documented more…