A leak is a leak is a leak

by Michelle Malkin -- Hello, 2006. The New York Times kicked off the new year by refusing to answer its own ombudsman's questions about the timing of the newspaper's anonymous illegal leak-dependent more…

Militarize border now

by Joseph Farah -- There are many excuses for not using the U.S. military more widely for a legitimate mission of defending the homeland against foreign invasion from our southern border. One more…

Time to talk to Tehran

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Does President Bush intend a preventive war, early this year, to effect the nuclear castration of Iran? Or are we rattling sabers? What makes the question urgent are more…

Explaining Jews, part 1:
What is a Jew?

by Dennis Prager -- Years ago, on a flight to Louisville, Ky., the woman seated next to me asked what brought me from Los Angeles to Louisville. "I will be giving a more…

The poverty hype

by Walter Williams -- Despite claims that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, poverty is nowhere near the problem it was yesteryear – at least for those who want more…

Dems may get what they wish for in 2008

by David Limbaugh -- As pundits offered their traditional year-end appraisals of 2005, the near-uniform opinion was that President Bush set lofty domestic policy goals but fell woefully short of fulfilling them. more…

New Year's peeve

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Editor's note: An earlier version of this column appeared Dec. 31, 1998.Holidays are a funny time of year and even funnier if you don't have a family. Not more…

Something for nothing?

by Rebecca Hagelin -- International best-selling author Brian Tracy has done it again – written a book that sears the conscience and challenges conventional thinking with deep thinking. In his 38th book, more…

2006: The new 'commodity of exchange'

by Craig R. Smith -- "Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom and instruction and understanding." – Proverbs 23:23 Finding the truth can be hard in today's busy, noisy world, but more…

The justice and the priestess

by Joseph Farah -- I guess you could call it a think piece that the daughter of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer wrote in Slate.com just before Christmas. I'm guessing, because more…