The squalid politics of war

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Majority Leader Harry Reid is being lacerated, and justifiably so, for a pair of statements about the war in Iraq. The more widely quoted is the "war is more…

The enduring legacy of the First Landing

by Doug Phillips -- Four hundred years ago yesterday, the world changed for the better. A cross was planted in the ground and a prayer was offered to heaven. The cross was more…

Appeasement never brings peace

by Hal Lindsey -- In 1967, against all the odds, Israel beat back the combined efforts of the Arab Legions to destroy the Jewish state, and in the process captured the territory more…

Why democracy doesn't work

by Joseph Farah -- It pains me when I hear President Bush – and so many others – talk about the need to spread democracy around the world. America's founders knew what more…

Laws for you, not them

by Joseph Farah -- Have you ever noticed the way politicians love to pass laws for you to obey, not them? This came to mind recently with the traffic accident in which more…

Just who was John Doe No. 2?

by Jack Cashill -- Pat Livingston, the proprietor of Pat's Pawn & Gun Shop in Ogden, Kan., tells a credible story. It not only has internal consistency, but it also corresponds with more…

Can't we agree this is reprehensible?

by Jane Chastain -- Justice Anthony Kennedy did the unthinkable when writing the majority opinion for Gonzales v. Carhart, the 5-4 Supreme Court decision that upheld the federal partial-birth abortion ban. He more…

Truth amidst our sex-obsessed society

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Sex. Sex. Sex. The topic is used to grab attention on the cover of virtually every magazine on the newsstand. Indeed, the trick is finding a magazine that more…