When will we learn? - part 1

by Harry Browne -- The terrorist attacks against America comprise a horrible tragedy. But they shouldn't be a surprise. It is well known that in war, the first casualty is truth – more…

Pork or tombstones?

by David Hackworth -- Will pork win over combat readiness? This is the question every American should be pondering. Because contrary to all the "they're-good-to-go hype" from presidents past and present, our more…

An exercise in futility?

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Last Thursday, the White House hastily configured a Rose Garden event to announce President Bush's designation of former Senator John Danforth to be his special envoy for Sudan. more…

Trouble on the horizon

by Hugh Hewitt -- The buzz around North Carolina Senator John Edwards began to build even before he won the contest for the seat then held by Lauch Faircloth in November, 1998. more…

Enabling evil

by Linda Bowles -- If the rule of law were not more honored in the breach than in the observance, that hulking creature now paddling around Florida would not be running for more…

Britney, Beyonce & J'Lo help cure AIDS?

by Debbie Schlussel -- Remember '80s' rock stars' vapid, all-star recordings of "We Are the World" and "Do They Know It's Christmas"? Neither achieved its purpose, raising little money for the poor more…

The pitfalls of moderation and compromise

by David Limbaugh -- I had almost decided what to write about this morning when I received an e-mail from one of my favorite e-mailers touching on the same subject. I chose more…

David Broder, trash mouth

by Joseph Farah -- The illustrious David Broder wrote a column a couple of weeks ago for the Washington Post that shows why he remains one of the darlings of the beltway more…

Good news in the shrinking surplus

by Jane Chastain -- Recently, the Office of Management and Budget and the Congressional Budget Office released some sobering news to the drunks in the United States Congress. The projected surpluses, which more…

A time to pray

by Joseph Farah -- This is the Day of Infamy 2001. Yes, my fellow Americans, today, Sept. 11, 2001, will be remembered as the nation's second Day of Infamy – more shocking, more…