Our 'good friends,' the Saudis

by Ellen Ratner -- Editor's note: Reporter Gareth Schweitzer contributed to this column.During the Cold War, America was often criticized for supporting dictators and corrupt regimes abroad just because they happened to more…

Noonan: When character was king

by David Limbaugh -- Peggy Noonan has outdone herself with her biography of Ronald Reagan, "When Character Was King." Of all her extraordinary work, this beats anything I've seen – and I more…

Why the War Party may fail

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Nov. 13 was a good day for America and a great day for George W. Bush. Kabul fell, the Taliban were suddenly on the run, and the president's more…

America's 'Palestinians'

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush says he wants to see a Palestinian state carved out of Israel. He may be surprised some day soon when that statement and his recent actions more…

Will radical Muslims sue you?

by Debbie Schlussel -- If anyone will improperly benefit from the terrorist attacks, it's the usual culprits – trial lawyers – and a new one: radical Islamicists. Lawyers and America's organized radical more…

Super smallpox Saturdays?

by Medicine Men -- In 1957, we had Sabin Oral Sundays to inoculate against the scourge of polio. With the current smallpox scare-athon, do we now need Super Smallpox Saturdays? Dr. Donald more…

Why the left is always wrong

by Craige McMillan -- Enough of living laws That Adam and Eve have left. Hustle old history's horse Left! Left! Left! – Sergei Mayakovsky There is a way which seemeth right unto more…

A brief history of terror

by Doug Casey -- Terror has a long history in warfare, and its use is so intertwined with "ordinary" conflict as to be indistinguishable from it. Ancient states, especially in the East, more…

The deflation hysteria

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The business press is warning us about the newest economic peril, which turns out not to be a peril at all. Alongside collapsing production, rising unemployment and falling more…

Dance of the judicial activists

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats' obstruction campaign against President Bush's judicial nominees aims to keep Mr. Bush's nominees off the bench so President Clinton's activist nominees can accomplish as much as more…