What noncompliance?

by Gordon Prather -- In President Bush's first State of the Union message, he essentially accused North Korea, Iran and Iraq of having clandestine nuke programs: States like these, and their terrorist more…

The Alito juggernaut

by Jerry Falwell -- It appears Senate Democrats have given up the ship they hoped would sink President Bush's nomination of Samuel Alito to the U.S. Supreme Court. The party's alleged heavy more…

Fighting the ostrich syndrome

by Pat Boone -- Last week in this space, I delivered a disgruntled "review" of Dave Letterman's discourteous and heavy-handed treatment of Bill O'Reilly on Dave's late night show. I really hated more…

Reality on the Palestinian ground

by Ilana Mercer -- The late Rachel Corrie's parents got a taste of the violent society their daughter died defending. On one of their religiously regular pilgrimages to the Palestinian Authority, gunmen more…

Alito's open mind
offends Democrats

by David Limbaugh -- Senate Democrats, visibly frustrated over their inability to extract a confession from Judge Samuel Alito that he would definitely vote to overrule Roe v. Wade, further jeopardizing a more…

Suckers & sages:
How to avoid irrelevance

by Ted Baehr -- A recent article in the New York Times commended Christian ministries for abandoning boycotts in favor of reviewing movies. Although the article was helpful to MOVIEGUIDE?, it was more…

Your local SOB sex traffic

by Judith Reisman -- The U.S. Supreme Court in Deja Vu of Cincinnati v. Union Township, just let stand local rules requiring strip clubs to close by midnight, based on the communities' more…

My last day on radio

by Joseph Farah -- Please call me today. It may be your last opportunity. My number is 877-232-4855, and I'm available to take your call between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Eastern more…

Harry's latest 'boo-boo'

by Melanie Morgan -- Just when you think the folks who comprise America's entertainment world can't sink to a new low in America-bashing, one of them goes and opens their mouth. The more…

Quran's 'war verses' at work

by Hal Lindsey -- The other night on FOX News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes" show, I mentioned that the more a Muslim becomes serious about the Quran, the more radical he becomes. more…