Who is Cary Grant?

by Jim Rutz -- An 18-year-old actor named Frankie Muniz was told that a critic had lauded him as "the Cary Grant of kid stars." His response has been variously recorded as more…

Santa Baby at the laundromat

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- This Christmas Eve, I was returning from the supermarket, laden down with last-minute fixings – whole cranberry sauce, sliced smoked turkey, peas, stuffing, gravy mix, canned pumpkin, eggnog more…

The year that was

by Burt Prelutsky -- Looking back on 2005, I'd say that, all in all, it was a pretty good year. In Iraq, things are looking up, and here in America, the bad more…

Do we deserve it?

by Walter Williams -- Philosopher David Hume warned that, "It is seldom that liberty of any kind is lost all at once." That's why we should guard against any encroachment on liberty, more…

Funniest news stories of 2005

by Joe Kovacs -- Wow, what a year! It seems just yesterday that Sandy "Burglar" Berger had found a novel way to preserve classified documents by pickling them in his pants and more…

Lecturing liberal lions
of the Old Media

by David Limbaugh -- "You can call me anything you want, but do not call me a racist," said an indignant President George Bush on Dec. 12, commenting on the despicable, opportunistic more…

The New York Times vs. America

by Michelle Malkin -- 2005 was a banner year for the nation's Idiotarian newspaper of record, the New York Times. What's "Idiotarian"? Popular warblogger Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs and Pajamas more…

On the suicide of a child
and parents' luck

by Dennis Prager -- According to police, it appears certain that the cause of the sudden death of James Dungy, the 18-year-old son of Indianapolis Colts' head coach Tony Dungy, was suicide. more…

Darwin's Pyrrhic victory

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Intelligent Design Derailed," exulted the headline. "By now, the Christian conservatives who once dominated the school board in Dover, Pa., ought to rue their recklessness in forcing biology more…

Kwanzaa: A holiday
from the FBI

by Ann Coulter -- President Bush's 2005 Kwanzaa message began with the patently absurd statement: "African-Americans and people around the world reflect on African heritage during Kwanzaa." I believe more African-Americans spent more…