Politics in perspective

by Hans Zeiger -- Tuesday was the first even-year Election Day since 1996 that I did not find myself upon a blacktop island in a congested intersection in the early morning hours. more…

Credit the Swiftboat vets

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush may be celebrating victory today, but he owes it to a group he never acknowledged during the campaign. I'm talking about the Swiftboat Veterans for Truth. more…

The silent majority has once again spoken

by Jerome R. Corsi -- John Kerry never thought it completely through when he decided at the Democratic National Convention to run for president as a hero of the Vietnam War. He miscalculated more…

Now what?

by Jane Chastain -- We Americans have a king complex. We love to make fun of the British and their monarchy, but every four years, we get all excited and worked up more…

Advice for the politically lovelorn

by Burt Prelutsky -- Normally, I wouldn't proffer advice to the Democrats, but sometimes political differences have to be set aside in favor of humanitarian concerns. And, as a relatively good Samaritan, more…

First time tragedy, second time farce

by Hugh Hewitt -- It is 1 a.m. in Dallas, and I have been broadcasting since 5:00 p.m., so I will be brief. Although the autopsy may take some time, the disaster more…

One of the better colleges

by Burt Prelutsky -- Every four years, it seems, we all have to suffer through a season of incessant whining. No, I'm not referring to the usual complaints about the Olympic judges, more…

One last flip-flop

by Ann Coulter -- I guess John Kerry went into the primary without a plan to win the election. The Democrats threw everything they had at this election. They ran a phony more…

MacBush: News as Muse?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Not that he's some overly indulgent Big Daddy proffering fat federal grants to support budding DaVincis, but Bush-Wah, the USA's putative president, has been great for the arts. more…

Is politics the way?

by Walter Williams -- Black politicians and the civil-rights establishment take it as an act of faith that progress for black people requires racial politics and government programs. How about examining this more…