A nation of lazy, dull bores

by Ted Byfield -- The Conference Board of Canada, a non-governmental, non-partisan, nonprofit think tank with a habit of stating unvarnished and often unflattering truths about Canada, came out this month with more…

Racism on the high court

by -NO AUTHOR- -- When I am in California, I enjoy visiting Chinatown, that part of San Francisco dominated by Chinese shops, foods and language. The food is fresh, you can barter more…

When teachers lie

by Pat Boone -- Is there anything more hallowed, more valued in any society or culture, than the sacred responsibility of teaching? Is any responsibility more important to our thriving than the more…

The chilling words of our enemies

by David Limbaugh -- Almost as upsetting as the fact that the United States is engaged in a long-term global war against radical Islamists is that a shocking percentage of people seem more…

The speech Bush will never make

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush's public approval ratings are at an all-time low. It's difficult to imagine how he could improve them dramatically with just about 18 months left in office. more…

Follow the money to North American Union

by Letter of the Week -- Having worked a little with Congress and its aides, who are the ones that really hold the power, I have a hard time believing they do not know more…

The globalists vs. us all

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The creation of a permanent, slave underclass is the goal of the open-borders globalists, the global capitalists, and you would think liberals would not only realize this, but more…

Making talk radio fair and balanced

by Bill Press -- Have you listened to the Ed Schultz show lately? Or Stephanie Miller, Randi Rhodes or Bill Press? If not, there's a good reason. Unless you subscribe to satellite more…

Why can't liberal talk radio succeed?

by Hal Lindsey -- Talk radio is not news, per se, but mostly opinion. Talk-show radio personalities are not journalists in the classic sense of the word. They are commentators who entertain. more…