Durbin is sorry,
but what about Rangel?

by Larry Elder -- So Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., finally apologized. Now where is the apology from Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y.? Durbin, on the Senate floor June 14, 2005, attacked the Bush more…

When justices become dictators

by Benjamin Shapiro -- This week, the Supreme Court of the United States once again proved that it is a feckless, dictatorial and altogether ridiculous body. Its latest spate of decisions reveals more…

When scientists won't talk

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In its June 21st issue, the New York Times reports on a most interesting decision by certain members of the scientific community. The Kansas State Board of Education more…

Hillary at the Pearly Gates

by Craige McMillan -- "Where am I? What is this place?" "Mrs. Clinton?" "Yes ... who are you? What is this place?" "My name is Peter. I'm the doorman here." "Well, open more…

The big lie: Separation
of church and state

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Supreme Court's ruling against posting the Ten Commandments in a Kentucky courthouse is a political travesty based on a big lie, a total falsehood – the so-called more…

Supreme Court
is playing Jenga

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In the board game Jenga, a tower of wooden blocks is erected. Players remove one block at a time from the tower, and then stack it on top. more…

Flag-waving panderers

by Joseph Farah -- As a constitutional amendment against flag desecration sailed through the House of Representatives last week, I was wondering what the penalty is for desecrating the Constitution. Maybe we'll more…

Thou shalt not commit religion

by Ann Coulter -- To put the Supreme Court's recent ban on the Ten Commandments display in perspective, here is a small sampling of other speech that has been funded in whole more…

The Star-Mangled Banner

by Burt Prelutsky -- There's probably no single piece of writing in this country that's as controversial or as likely to lead to fist fights as the U.S. Constitution. It's difficult to more…