The closing era

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Her once fluffy, dark brown hair had become silky and white as fresh snow; her once supple skin had become as thin and delicate as translucent tissue paper more…

Americans, welcome to the real world

by Don Feder -- A young lady I know, mid-twentysomething, is disconcerted. The crisis confronting us – reflected in the greatest carnage on American soil since the Civil War – has upset more…

Fight yes, number no

by Joseph Farah -- It was predictable that, with the advent of the devastating terror attack on America, there would be moves by Washington to encroach on our unalienable rights. I know more…

Bush's terrorist buddy

by Debbie Schlussel -- Editor's note: Today's column is the third of three on the World Trade Center attack. Read parts 1 and 2. Previously I've written about my Arab- and Muslim-American more…

Torn between freedom, security

by Geoff Metcalf -- The world changed Sept. 11 and we as a nation are still reeling from the shock. There is a sea change afoot in our country. Bipartisanship is (at more…

Preparing to win

by Henry Lamb -- Now comes the time to hunker down and prepare to win this war on terrorism. Government is deep in its preparations and we, too, must be about our more…

Safeguarding Islamic nukes

by Gordon Prather -- Some dim bulbs were demanding – before the dust even settled at the World Trade Center – that we immediately bomb Iraq. It seems a little bird had more…

Reason, the strongest weapon

by Alan Keyes -- The war against terrorism is a war in defense of liberty. The defense of liberty has many aspects, of course. We should be careful not to let the more…

Put up or shut up – part 2

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Where's Mexico? The question is less about a country's place on a map than its place in the world. Before September 11, Mexican President Vicente Fox challenged the more…

America haters redux

by Richard Grenier -- Susan Sontag is in a real snit again. In case her name may not be instantly familiar to you, she's that intellectual lady who first made sort of more…