Leaning hard on government

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Believe me, I don't want to ruin anybody's fun preparing for Independence Day celebrations. Like so many of you, I'll be out there when July 4 rolls around more…

Treasonous agenda of the Trilateral Commission

by Devvy Kidd -- "The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values." – Zbigniew Brzeninski, more…

Michael Moore
disarms America

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: The following commentary is excerpted from Jack Cashill's eye-opening new book, "Hoodwinked: How Intellectual Hucksters Have Hijacked American Culture," where he shows how, over the last more…

Fighting the Michael Jackson culture

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Last week, Michael Jackson was cleared of all charges in his child molestation case. As the verdict was announced, Jackson's fans cheered. Four days later, 400 Jackson fans more…

Have the Democrats gone too far?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Democratic campaign to undermine the Bush administration has recently taken a turn that should concern everyone who cares about the safety of the country – and especially more…

If Bush is dumb ... ?

by Larry Elder -- "Does anyone in America doubt," said former New York Times executive editor Howell Raines before the 2004 presidential election, "that [presidential candidate Sen. John] Kerry has a higher more…

How to apologize without really trying

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Imagine your kid coming to you with this "apology": "Mom and Dad, I'm sorry if you're offended that I appeared to have broken the garage window with an more…

What apology?

by Craige McMillan -- In making his carefully scripted apology to fellow Americans for calling them Nazis and equating them with the last century's worst totalitarian dictators, Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., has more…

My picks for Supreme Court

by Joseph Farah -- I hesitate to do this. If I tell you who I would like President Bush to select for the U.S. Supreme Court, it might just hurt the candidates. more…

Treason by any other name

by Hal Lindsey -- During the entire course of World War II, only 12 Americans were indicted for treason. All but five were broadcasters charged with aiding the enemy by broadcasting anti-American more…