The role of profits

by Walter Williams -- Profits are misunderstood, seen as unearned and sometimes condemned as evil. Maybe that's why people often reverently pronounce, with an air of moral superiority, "We're a nonprofit organization." more…

Ambushing Arafat

by Hal Lindsey -- President Bush set an ambush of his own for the terrorists in the Middle East. The administration noticed a connection between Bush's pre-announced speech schedule and fresh attacks more…

Supreme idiots!

by Ilana Mercer -- The Supreme Court stepped over quite a few bodies (dead and alive) when it ruled that the "mentally retarded" must be exempt from the death penalty. First to more…

Sophie's 'Choices'

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My friend "Sophie," a nanny and MBA candidate in a big Eastern city, was worried – bummed out, even – and not just because she lives near a 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…

Are we at war with Islam?

by Joseph Farah -- Within hours of the attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center on Sept. 11, President Bush and other U.S. and western leaders were explaining that though we more…

Secure our ports!

by David Hackworth -- Almost any cop in America, if he or she has a verifiable reasonable suspicion, can pull over a vehicle to search it. At any courthouse, federal building or more…

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…