Is your private property
in jeopardy?

by Henry Lamb -- In the United States of America, where private property was considered to be sacred by the Founders and where the right to private property is guaranteed by the more…

A nation built on … politeness

by Ted Byfield -- One of the many earnest intellectuals who write in Canada's national media shared with the country last week his perception of the liberal paradise that Canada is becoming. more…

Mfume: Known by the company he keeps

by Les Kinsolving -- Whatever did happen to Kweisi Mfume? You remember Kweisi, that one-time Baltimore youth hell-raiser who sired five children out of wedlock – but who reformed himself enough to more…

In Bush we trust?

by Don Feder -- That the Supreme Court nomination of Harriet Miers has been mercifully euthanized is good news. What this bizarre episode says about the "conservatism" of George W. Bush is more…

Do the right thing, Mr. President

by Jerry Falwell -- I don't claim to be a White House insider. I periodically hear from the White House because of my extensive involvement in the so-called religious right, which started more…

The next nominee ...

by Joseph Farah -- I got quite a few guffaws two weeks ago when I "guaranteed" that Harriet Miers would never testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Many scoffed when I "promised" more…

The sacrifice of Harriet Miers

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- By withdrawing her nomination, Harriet Miers spared herself an agonizing inquisition and probable rejection by the Senate and did George W. Bush the greatest service of her career. more…

Learn the lesson of Beirut!

by Melanie Morgan -- Suffering from a 101-degree fever, I was too sick and too tired to notice that as our plane entered Beirut airspace we had come under small-weapons fire from more…