Healing Palestinian wounds

by Michael Evans -- The United States has appointed outgoing World Bank President James Wolfensohn as a special envoy to the Palestinian Authority, to help it build the economy of a future more…

Newsweek lied, people died!

by Hal Lindsey -- Last week, Newsweek published a story claiming U.S. interrogators were desecrating the Quran by tearing it up and flushing it down the toilet. Predictably, the story sparked protests more…

The irresponsible 'mainstream' media

by Joseph Farah -- Jayson Blair, Dan Rather, the Boston Globe's Abu Ghraib porn-photo scandal and now Newsweek's Quran-in-the-toilet hoax. The list of press abuses goes on and on. I don't know. more…

Just how fat are we?

by Larry Elder -- Editor's note: The following column contains language that may be offensive to some readers.Oops, make that 25,814 – not 400,000. In March 2004, the Centers for Disease Control more…

Harvard is unbalanced

by Benjamin Shapiro -- How much is atonement worth? Apparently, about $50 million. That's how much Harvard University is spending to recruit women faculty members to the school's science department. The outreach more…

Secretary-General Clinton?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Bill Clinton's desire to succeed Kofi Annan as secretary-general of the United Nations when the latter steps down next year has now graduated from the rumor stage to more…

Ripping off the system

by Walter Williams -- How many times have we heard advertisements from law firms that specialize in elder law urging, "If you anticipate that you may have to enter a nursing home more…

Catholic-bashers and Pius' defenders

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Leave it to the New York Times. On the eve of Pentecost, the birthday of the church, this Catholic-baiting newspaper opened its op-ed page to a venomous anti-Catholic more…

Black community under siege in St. Petersburg?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Lately, since Hollywood has rediscovered the box-office potential of exploiting race, class, and ethnicity, we have ham-handed, homiletic movies like "Hotel Rwanda," "Crash" and, yes, even "Monster-in-Law." However more…