The savaging of Janice Rogers Brown

by Mychal Massie -- Janice Rogers Brown is an eminently qualified jurist being unfairly and unjustly savaged by blacks (and liberal Democrats) for no defensible reason. While traveling into Washington, D.C., recently, more…

Welcome to my first column

by Jim Rutz -- Let's start off with the biggest unknown fact of our time: The world is rapidly becoming all-Christian. That's not theology or wishful thinking, just statistics. And the numbers more…

The democracy trap

by Joseph Farah -- I've been criticized for "splitting hairs" over semantics. For years, I have been cringing, shuddering, rebuking at the frequent use of the word "democracy" by U.S. policymakers – more…

Getting the message out on Social Security

by Star Parker -- Rick Santorum has reason to worry about his upcoming bid for a third term as a U.S. senator from Pennsylvania. Polls are showing him behind Democrat Bob Casey more…

Continued freebies for illegals

by Barbara Simpson -- Did you make up your mind yet about President Bush's Social Security proposal? Do you want some control over your future retirement or do you want to rely more…

Border betrayal

by Joseph Farah -- It's bad enough Washington has denied Border Patrol agents the funds, manpower and tools they need to do their jobs effectively and safely. What's worse are the messages more…

Speed bumps on Democracy Boulevard

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "When the people of the Palestinian territories went to the polls," said President Bush in Riga, Latvia, "they chose a leader committed to negotiation instead of violence ... more…

From the Liberty Bell to D.C.

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Today, we begin the Iran Freedom Walk at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, Pa. Over the course of the next three weeks, we will walk the 200 miles more…

In whose numbers do you trust?

by Craig R. Smith -- "Number's don't lie, people lie!" Modern culture is based upon our trust in numbers. They are commonly accepted as the means to achieving objectivity in analysis, certainty in more…