Perjured jurors

by Alan Keyes -- In its discussion of the meaning of "perjury," the Oxford English dictionary notes that "in legal usage, perjury was first the offence of jurors in giving a willfully more…

Starbucks: A habit
easily broken

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It's been two weeks since my last Starbucks coffee. Admittedly, I am one of those who don't think twice about dropping $4 for a cup of coffee that more…

Making intelligent errors

by Walter Williams -- We're not omniscient. That means making errors is unavoidable. Understanding the nature of errors is vital to our well-being. Let's look at it. There are two types of more…

Hiroshima mon amour, redux

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Sixty years ago, the United States of America, our so-called "peace-loving" nation, dropped the world's first nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan, obliterating those cities, and more…

Who's victimizing
whom in Mideast?

by Joseph Farah -- For a moment, just put aside all of your preconceived ideas about the Middle East. The conventional wisdom of the U.S. State Department, the European Union, the United more…

It's 'Let's roll,'
not 'Let's roll over'

by Ann Coulter -- Since the London bombings, there has been a palpable feeling in the air here in the U.S. that another terrorist attack is imminent. Maybe not as bad as more…

So what if I'm not religious?

by Burt Prelutsky -- I am not a religious person. But unlike most atheists and agnostics, I am not anti-religion. It's just not for me. I am unable to accept things on more…

The Democrats' 9-11 slush fund

by Michelle Malkin -- For the past four years, Democrats have ceaselessly attacked Republicans for "exploiting" the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks: When President Bush showed his support for rescue workers at Ground more…

Hiroshima, Nagasaki
& Christian morality

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- On the 40th, 50th and 60th anniversaries of D-Day, Presidents Reagan, Clinton and George W. Bush traveled to Normandy to lead us in tribute to the bravery of more…