Globalism's Wizards of Oz

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The very powerful presidents and prime ministers of the most industrialized countries of the world that include the United States, Canada, Germany, Japan, Italy, France, Great Britain and more…

Myth of the conservative Wall Street Journal

by Paul Sperry -- Much has been written about the New York Times' pro-homosexual agenda. On any given day, about three-fourths of the people deciding what's on the front page of the more…

Phantoms of bipartisanship

by David Limbaugh -- Isn't it time for those who actually believed that the president's "new tone" in Washington would reduce partisanship to admit they were wrong? President Bush came to Washington more…

Why does the left support the Palestinians?

by Dennis Prager -- Why does the left support the Palestinians against Israel? The question is rarely asked. It is simply taken for granted that the left – Europe, the Western news more…

Judgment day for Catholic bishops

by Les Kinsolving -- Five days after the 300-member U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops refused to adopt full zero tolerance regarding the horror of priestly child rape, there came what was called more…

The time of the terrorist

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "You wish to give this evil animal a reservation that is called a Palestinian state of terror," roared Effi Eitan, minister to Ariel Sharon. Eitan was viewing the more…

Bad neighbors, good fence

by Alan Keyes -- In the war against terrorism, America and Israel face an enemy whose implacable evil is difficult to comprehend. The mentality of the people launching suicide bombing attacks against more…

Bear markets and bullfeathers

by Vox Day -- What goes up must come down sounds better in song than in a stock market, and certainly it has not been true in America for quite some time. more…

Boycott Chinese fireworks

by Joseph Farah -- Every year in late June and early July – at least in areas where selling fireworks is still legal – groups like churches, service clubs, schools, etc. raise more…

Political correctness prefers emotion to honesty

by Michael Medved -- One of the most destructive elements of political correctness involves its preference for emotion over accuracy – the casual disregard of normal standards of evidence and objectivity in more…