Avenging the flying pigs

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Many thanks to the more than 600 peace-loving American Muslims who have sent me hate mail – including a dozen death threats – over my Sept. more…

The enemy within

by David Hackworth -- When Jane Fonda visited North Vietnamese army troops while our GIs were being killed by those she was comforting, we tagged her "Hanoi Jane." Now she and other more…

Awakening to reality

by Linda Bowles -- If talking about problems solved them, America wouldn't have any. Sometimes it takes a crisis to break a nation out of the rhetorical cycle. Sometimes it takes a more…

The Shaw Doctrine

by David Limbaugh -- Just what is it about the flag that certain journalists and academics find repugnant? How does expressing allegiance to it conflict with their so-called duty to be objective? more…

Vigilance for freedom's sake

by Jon Dougherty -- The vast majority of the American people are rightfully lined up behind President Bush and his administration as it prepares to fight global terrorism following a pair of more…

A time to choose

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Among the most memorable passages in President Bush's extraordinary address to the joint session of Congress on Sept. 20 was the challenge he posed to others around the more…

Why America has already lost the war

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Last Thursday, I realized that America had already lost the war. I came to the United States for four days for a meeting that was to have been more…

Whose side are you on?

by Barbara Simpson -- They're out in force like maggots on a rotting carcass. It took a massive attack on this country to force them out in the open to spew their more…

Why John Kerry talks about TWA 800

by Jack Cashill -- James Sanders, a former police officer turned investigative reporter, co-writes this report with Jack Cashill. Sanders is the author of "The Downing of TWA Flight 800" and "Altered more…

The closing era

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Her once fluffy, dark brown hair had become silky and white as fresh snow; her once supple skin had become as thin and delicate as translucent tissue paper more…