Zimbabwe reparations

by Walter Williams -- Shakespeare Maya, Zimbabwe's leader of the opposition National Alliance for Good Governance, opined, "This land was stolen from our ancestors, and it follows that those who hold it more…

Mike 'The Mouth' Feeley's 'chickhawk' blunder

by Hugh Hewitt -- Colorado's 7th Congressional District is an "open" seat, created by judicial order and carefully balanced between registered Republicans and Democrats. It is a shame that the Democratic candidate more…

What's so bad about chickenhawks?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Some may recall the line often attributed to P.T. Barnum, "Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American people." At no time in my life was more…

Congressional traitors

by Joseph Farah -- In another time, in a similar situation, Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., and Rep. David Bonior, D-Mich., would be indicted for high treason and face the death penalty for more…

Too bad, Mrs. Toogood, we're taking your kids

by Ilana Mercer -- Had I been caught on camera administering an admittedly vigorous hiding to my daughter, my first instinct would be to flee much like Madelyne Gorman Toogood did. Toogood's more…

Jesus no! Satan yes!

by Hal Lindsey -- Students and parents have to prepare in advance for the inevitable lawsuits that immediately follow any effort to form a Bible club at a public school. Such a more…

2 cheers for Jim McDermott

by Ellen Ratner -- Prof. William Ian Miller, in his book "The Mystery of Courage," notes that of the many different forms of courage, two have always stood out as especially admirable: more…

Democrats in Baghdad

by David Limbaugh -- The Democratic leadership is in a state of perpetual feigned outrage over charges that Democrats are soft on defense and national security. Until they muzzle their cast of more…

Torch Swan-Song Trilogy

by Joseph Farah -- Boo-hoo-hoo. Sen. Robert Torricelli, D-N.J., a no-good, cheap, on-the-take, crooked politician, cried like a little baby as he announced he would call off his bid for re-election – more…

Thompson spared Torch

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Not long after GOP Sen. Fred Thompson opened his Chinagate hearings in July 1997, his office received an anonymous package. The manila envelope contained dirt on more…