Crime and no punishment

by Burt Prelutsky -- The other day, I was talking to a friend and, as old poops will, we tried to figure out when this country started sliding downhill. For instance, when more…

Failure of an idea
... and a people

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In his 1935 State of the Union Address, FDR spoke to a nation mired in the Depression, but still marinated in conservative values: "[C]ontinued dependence" upon welfare, said more…

Bastardizing the courts

by David Limbaugh -- Nothing could better illustrate the wrongheadedness of modern liberalism toward the role of the courts in the American constitutional framework than the allusions to Hurricane Katrina by Sens. more…

The role of prices

by Walter Williams -- The fallout from Hurricane Katrina has featured a lot of ignorance and demagoguery about prices. Let's look at some of it. One undeniable fact is that the hurricane more…

Actually, 'judicial activism' means 'E=mc2'

by Ann Coulter -- Democrats are so excited about Hurricane Katrina, they're thinking of moving "Camp Casey" to an area outside the National Weather Service. What they haven't figured out yet is more…

Why is U.S. doubling aid
to Palestinians?

by Les Kinsolving -- Much of the world's print and electronic media has featured in memorable detail the forcible Israeli removal of all Jewish residents of the Gaza Strip. There has been more…

I was wrong about Roberts

by Joseph Farah -- John Roberts still has most conservatives buffaloed. They just can't believe George W. Bush would betray them so boldly. But he has. Even I, the ultimate skeptic, am more…

Which church is the best? ... part 4

by Jim Rutz -- The liberal press doesn't know what to do with Christians. In their perennial panic to appear nonpartisan, they always distance themselves from us by their obvious attitudes and, more…