Eavesdrop of destruction

by Doug Powers -- The other day, while in the grocery store, I overheard a man talking on his cell phone. The booming voice in question, emanating from about two aisles over, more…

My 2006 predictions

by Ellen Ratner -- New Year's Day means that it's time once again for all those lying self-promises about reducing food consumption, quitting smoking and reducing alcohol intake to make room for more…

Jesus, reasons and seasons

by Jay Stapleton -- Well, the Christian community of America has survived another seasonal onslaught from the anti-Christmas punks. We made it to the sanctuary on Christmas Eve where we enjoyed the more…

The unseen terrorism

by Joseph Farah -- I wonder how much terrorism is really happening inside the United States. I mean, if terrorism was actually reported, actually chronicled, actually recognized, would we be shocked by more…

2006: A facile prophecy

by Vox Day -- Where the litters are overturned by the whirlwind and fingers are stained in porphyry the olde republic will be troubled by its people. At this time the elephant more…

Tookie and The Terminator

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- What is it about the fate of convicted killer Stanley "Tookie" Williams that so engrossed the Hollyleft and Euroleft? A founder of the Crips – a Los Angeles more…

Media startled, astonished, astounded

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

A logical resolution
for the New Year

by Jay Stapleton -- Have you ever in your life heard someone say "I'm basically an illogical person"? I never have. I suppose any mind capable of the self-realization to answer that more…

Eminent domain
by another name

by Henry Lamb -- Eminent domain occurs when government takes private property. The Constitution requires that government pay "just compensation" to the owner when eminent domain is exercised. What do you call more…