The fraud of neo-con nirvana

by Ilana Mercer -- When I joined WorldNetDaily, there appeared in the one and only Canadian newsmagazine of the Right a brief notice to that effect. Much to the chagrin of WND's more…

Partying on Amtrak

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- When you take a 28-hour train-ride between New Orleans and Philadelphia on Amtrak's Crescent, as I did, several days before the great derailment, you can get in touch more…

Peace through force in Mideast

by Walter Williams -- Europe has been at peace for an unprecedented nearly six decades. Why? It surely is not because of peace treaties between enemy states, and it's surely not because more…

Don't forget 'America's Palestinians'

by Joseph Farah -- Pat Buchanan, Oliver North, Robert Novak and a host of other self-proclaimed conservatives are beating the drum for a Palestinian state to solve the Arab-Israeli conflict. I wonder more…

Suing Saudi for 9-11?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Lawyers here are hinting that there will be many more lawsuits, some rather novel, filed by families of the Sept. 11 victims in the coming months, more…

Wanted: Effective punishment for terror

by Eric Hogue -- When it comes to terrorists and terrorism, isn't it time for some serious, effective punishment? Last Sunday, April 21, on "Fox News Sunday," host Brit Hume asked Secretary more…

America falling asleep again?

by Hugh Hewitt -- The centerpiece of the annual Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference is the Forrestal Lecture, named for the nation's first secretary of defense and the secretary of the navy more…

Reform Party disintegration

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Ezola Foster In his tome "Tragedy and Hope," Bill Clinton's mentor and late Georgetown University historian Carroll Quiqley tells us, in essence, "that the American people really believe more…

An Army of 3

by David Hackworth -- Last September, Army Sgt. Ken Eiland was sent to Bosnia, a very dangerous place even during the best of times, while his wife, Tina, remained at her job more…

Medicine's mantra:
Better off dead

by Rebecca Hagelin -- The last time I saw my father he was standing on his stoop, sweetly smiling and waving goodbye. As we backed out of his driveway one month ago, more…