The noble profession

by Elizabeth Farah -- Do you remember your kindergarten teacher? I remember mine. Mrs. Penny was her name. I loved Mrs. Penny. We all did. I wonder why? I think I know: more…

Inconvenient facts

by Joseph Farah -- I wish Americans had less faith in government. It seems no matter what they see, hear and read, Americans still cling to the idea that government knows best, more…

The great lie

by Linda Bowles -- When North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms announced his retirement, my plan was to wait until he finished his term to publicly thank him for his unique and extraordinary more…

NEA: Warping young minds

by Don Feder -- As millions of children head back to class this week, members of the National Education Association will be at the schoolhouse door, waiting to warp impressionable minds. Between more…

Safety at all costs?

by Walter Williams -- There's the old admonition: It's better to be safe than sorry. The fact of life is that one can be both safe and sorry – that's if we more…

The U.N.'s Wansee Conference

by Hal Lindsey -- The United States and Israel pulled out of the Durban Conference on Racism over the weekend, primarily because it had degenerated into a conference of racists. I've been more…

Will Congress bomb Bush's giveaway?

by Jane Chastain -- Would you fly with a pilot who had never been in a cockpit? Would you climb with a guide who had never scaled a cliff? Would you skydive more…

Party time for racism hypocrites

by Debbie Schlussel -- Criminals used kryptonite to foil Superman. And hypocritical, racist countries use Sharptonite to try to foil freedom and democracy. If you like Al Sharpton, you'll love the U.N. more…

'Never again!' or 'Victims again'?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: This is an edited version of a longer article, which contains (among other things) more information about the role of Jews in American history. To read more…