Where are the weapons of mass destruction?

by Bill Press -- It's been seven weeks since the statue of Saddam Hussein toppled in Baghdad. And American forces have still found no nuclear weapons labs, no al-Qaida terrorist camps and more…

Annika's big adventure

by Larry Elder -- Annika Sorenstam, who dominates the Ladies Professional Golf Association, became the first female golfer to play in a Professional Golf Association event in 58 years. She finished her more…

Massachusetts struggles to define marriage

by Hal Lindsey -- In Texas this week, Gov. Rick Perry signed a law that prevents Texas from recognizing homosexual unions, even if those unions were formed in another state. Vermont has more…

The radicalization of Middle America

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "A well-heeled audience booed the Dixie Chicks plenty during country music's biggest night of the year Wednesday – proof that patriotism continues to run deep through America." So more…

Robert Scheer's lurch off the cliff of reality

by Hugh Hewitt -- What's the difference between a nutty, bile-filled columnist who mails in canard-and-conspiracy columns every week, and a left-of-center columnist who often gets the bottom line wrong but who more…

On being liked by others

by Cassandra Walker -- "Cassandra, I want to share something with you: I'm not very popular with my classmates. I am not the smartest or the cutest or the best athlete, so more…

Money worries: Osama, Michael and me

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Isn't it amazing devilishly freaky Michael Jackson and freakily devilish Osama bin Laden – both former reputed near-billionaires, are each running out of money at the same time. more…

Affirmative action grading

by Walter Williams -- Dr. Mike S. Adams, an associate professor of criminal justice at University of North Carolina's Wilmington campus, has given me an excellent idea for grading students, which appeared more…