No time for mollycoddling

by Jerry Falwell -- A few months ago, newsman Dan Rather declared that, despite his habit of willful lying, Bill Clinton is an honest man. Such bullheaded misrepresentation of the facts has more…

Looking for nukes in the wrong place

by Gordon Prather -- Obviously, the war hawks have been – to put it politely – misleading you. Saddam doesn't have real nukes. He doesn't even have "dirty" nuclear devices. If he more…

Bush's waffle on terrorism

by David Limbaugh -- I listened to President Bush's latest Mideast speech with the faint hope that he would finally articulate a reversal of his depressing double standard toward Israel. The first more…

Time for the stick, not the carrot

by David Dolan -- At this writing, it has been over four days since Israel was forced to endure a major suicide terrorist atrocity deliberately aimed at innocent civilians. Still the funerals more…

Paying for hate

by Jon Dougherty -- Last week a "black activist" filed suit against a number of top U.S. companies in what Reuters said "may be the harbinger of further legal moves in the more…

The prisoner of Sharon

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- If President Bush is visibly agonizing over this Mideast crisis, who can blame him? For the president is facing a painful and stark choice – between doing what more…

Israel and end-times fiction

by Joel Miller -- Bartenders in the Mideast are famous for their vibrant cocktails, mixing equal parts religious fervor, political ambition and ethnic hatred – along with a dash of gunpowder for more…

The warnings about Sept. 11

by Joseph Farah -- Can the U.S. government really protect Americans from further acts of terrorism? Is it prepared? Is it taking corrective measures after failing to prevent the Sept. 11 disaster? more…

WWIII: What would you do?

by Ellen Ratner -- I've been cruising Internet chat rooms lately, and I'm amazed what some Americans are advising Bush to do on foreign policy. On Arafat: "Nuke 'em," "Give 'em two more…