Let Chavez be Chavez

by Joseph Farah -- It was surprising – and somewhat refreshing, perhaps – when some prominent Democrats stood up and criticized Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez for calling President Bush "the devil" during more…

Where's the Muslim apology?

by Mychal Massie -- Many have been asking for my thoughts on the comments made by Pope Benedict XVI at the University of Regensburg, Germany, Sept. 12. Never let it be said more…

Not unpatriotic, just wrong

by Les Kinsolving -- When Defense Secretary Don Rumsfeld addressed the American Legion's National Convention, he asked four memorable questions: "In a world of Weapons of Mass Destruction, can we truly afford more…

24-year-old socking away cash

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, I'm 24 years old and living at home while I finish my degree. I also work and make about $24,000 a year. At this point, I more…

Thoughts on my trip to Europe – Part 1

by Jim Rutz -- It started too early. On the tenth of September, I crawled out of bed after two hours' sleep, thanks to the hysterical Islamist loonies who keep threatening to more…

Consult America before Iran war

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "To jaw-jaw is always better than to war-war." So Winston Churchill is widely quoted. Those words, however, were spoken in 1954, decades after Churchill's voice had been the more…

The double standard of pope critics

by Dennis Prager -- Among the most heated debates of the last 40 years has been the debate over Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust. What did he do when the greatest more…

Who makes the terrorists hate us?

by David Limbaugh -- What other nation in history has obsessively investigated itself during time of war? When are we going to quit beating ourselves up and move down the road? Just more…

Doing business with the 'devil'

by Craig R. Smith -- Imagine the reaction of the world if George Bush funded terrorist skinheads and deployed them across the globe to spread hate, preach intolerance and convince others to take more…

Broken windows of privacy

by Ellen Ratner -- Rarely a week goes by that we do not hear about a major infringement of privacy in the national news. One of this week's privacy infringement cases highlighted more…