Jobs come and go

by Walter Williams -- In 1970, the telecommunications industry employed 421,000 switchboard operators. In the same year, Americans made 9.8 billion long-distance calls. Today, the telecommunications industry employs only 78,000 operators. That's more…

The better angels of our nature

by Michelle Malkin -- You've seen the videos and heard the awful tales: High-school football players beating or sexually assaulting younger teammates. Cheerleaders pelting new recruits with garbage and feces. Vulnerable students more…

What is Thanksgiving?

by Joseph Farah -- Thanksgiving, to me, is one of the most important and meaningful holidays on our calendar. There's a rich tradition for this holiday that dates back, not just through more…

GOP TV ads showcase Democrat obstruction

by David Limbaugh -- Once again, Democrats, to divert the public's attention from their persistent obstruction in the war on terror, are falsely accusing Republicans of challenging their patriotism. The flap concerns more…

Why do the neocons hate Dixie so?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Howard Dean wants the white trash vote," wrote Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer in recent mockery of the Vermonter. "That's clearly what [Dean] meant when he said he more…

Those who protect us

by Hugh Hewitt -- This is the third Thanksgiving since the attacks on America took the nation into a declared war. Since Sept. 11, 2001, hundreds of thousands of soldiers, sailors, airmen more…

Turkeys among us

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The weekend before Thanksgiving, pinpointing the pulse-beat of American public opinion, an intrepid correspondent kills some time in an online chat-room, querying these goodly Netizens what they're thankful more…

Mrs. Kennedy's obvious confidences

by Les Kinsolving -- When the new widow, Jacqueline Kennedy told Jesuit priest Richard McSorley of Georgetown University: "I'm so bleeding inside ... I won't ever get over it ... I don't more…