Liberal segregationists in the schools

by Michelle Malkin -- The spirit of George Wallace is alive and well – among left-wing zealots in some of America's most "progressive" taxpayer-funded schools. In Oberlin, Ohio, local school-board president Tony more…

Who killed California?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- With Gov. Gray Davis facing recall, a budget $38 billion in deficit, and a bond rating dropped three notches by Standard & Poor's to near junk-bond status, the more…

A bishop takes a stand

by Hugh Hewitt -- The Most Rev. Charles J. Chaput, is the archbishop of Denver, and widely admired among those who hope and pray for renewal in the American Catholic Church. Bishop more…

'The Passion' revisited

by David Limbaugh -- A few weeks ago, I defended Mel Gibson's upcoming movie, "The Passion," against unwarranted criticism. After having had the privilege of attending a private screening of the movie more…

Photo finish: Saddam's sons, or Rent-a-Corpses?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- You couldn't have written it better as a movie script: Just as that messy WMD-related suicide in Britain was threatening to topple the whole blood-on-its-hands Blair government for more…

Drug industry destruction

by Walter Williams -- Last week, the House voted 324 to 101 to make it easier for Americans to import lower-priced prescription drugs sold in Canada and Europe for their own use. more…

The New York Times: Democrat apologists

by Bob Kohn -- One of the classic techniques the New York Times uses to distort the news is by manipulating one of the six key components of a news article: the more…

The first homosexual school

by Joseph Farah -- New York City has done what many of us would have considered unthinkable just a few months ago – announced plans for the first taxpayer-funded, all-homosexual high school. more…

From disaster to disaster

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Ever wondered what it's like to be a police officer on New Year's Eve? What a night of work that has to be – racing from accident to more…