Those 'special interests'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- If there is one thing the nine Democratic dwarves have discovered in the course of their interminable debates, it's that nothing rouses the Democratic faithful like the denunciation more…

2,003 years later – or thereabouts

by Joseph Farah -- "Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city more…

The peace of Christmas

by Jane Chastain -- As I opened my holiday cards from family, friends and acquaintances this year, I was struck by one common theme. A religious card from a minister and his more…

Bethlehem's legacy

by Hal Lindsey -- Bethlehem is a sacred city to both Jews and Christians. It is sacred to the Jews because its greatest King, David, was born there. It is sacred to more…

Anti-Dean ad revealing

by David Limbaugh -- The recent attacks by Congressman Richard Gephardt against fellow Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean underscore how difficult a position Democrats are in going into the 2004 election. All more…

CAIR's assault on Paul Harvey

by Daniel Pipes -- Paul Harvey, 84, is an ABC radio personality whose "News and Comment" program appears on 1,600 radio stations. His radio career goes back 60 years and he is more…

Contagious madness

by Hugh Hewitt -- Hours after the Homeland Security alert level was raised on Sunday, a poster at Howard Dean's "Blog for America" made this comment, which is representative of opinion among more…

Killer fruitcake: A holiday epic

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Just in time for Christmas, er, the holiday season, FRUITCAKE has now been officially declared an airline security threat in carry-on luggage. Is nothing sacred? Even Yetta, my more…

Parting company is an option

by Walter Williams -- A fortnight ago, in "Let's Do Some Detective Work," I provided unassailable evidence that Congress had vastly exceeded powers delegated to it by our Constitution. In last week's more…

The Bush Doctrine: Wins & losses

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Trust but verify," was Reagan's motto in negotiating arms deals with Mikhail Gorbachev. And sound advice, too, on hearing that Col. Gadhafi has agreed to forswear nuclear and more…