Does it count?

by Walter Williams -- If someone does something wonderful, but didn't intend to, does it count? Should we see ourselves as blessed? You say, "Williams, what are you talking about?" Try this. more…

Rabbit stew

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- So I get a forwarded e-mail from the House Rabbit Society. Initially, I think: Oh, how cute, this must have something to do with friends "Ned" and "Meg" more…

The SEC's information socialism

by Ilana Mercer -- The less-than-critical Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post, the wild-eyed James Cramer, Chris Matthews and others in the media have been whooping it up for the Securities and more…

Smoke and mirrors: The 'interim' state

by Hal Lindsey -- Once again, Yasser Arafat has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. A suicide bomber packing an enormous explosive boarded a Jerusalem bus filled with schoolchildren and commuters more…

The blood of the innocents

by David Dolan -- George W. Bush is not known for his ability to produce miracles. Yet that is precisely what it would take for the president to successfully resurrect the Oslo more…

Thomas Jefferson: Deist or Christian?

by James Kennedy -- Thomas Jefferson, as we all know, was a skeptic, a man so hostile to Christianity that he scissored from his Bible all references to miracles. He was, as more…

Muhammad's child wife

by Les Kinsolving -- The former president of the 16-million-member Southern Baptist Convention, told the pre-convention pastors conference in St. Louis last week: Islam was founded by a demon-possessed pedophile who had more…

U.S. to blame for Africa's drought?

by Henry Lamb -- Quoting a "recent study," Britain's The Independent published a story on June 13, which claims that "smoke stacks of America have brought the world's worst drought to Africa." more…

Let's go MAD

by David Hackworth -- The terrorist attack on Sept. 11 showed that the self-anointed Islamic "holy warriors" had moved on from World Trade Center I, when they exploded a Timothy McVeigh-type fertilizer more…

Watergate's lessons

by Rebecca Hagelin -- My mother cried during those awful days of Watergate 30 years ago. Like many Americans, she felt the loss deeply. President Nixon was her hero – her great more…