Secularist stupidity and religious wars

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- That demagogues and agitators are exploiting those cartoons of Muhammad to advance a war of civilizations and expel Europeans from the Middle East seems undeniable. But that does more…

When property goes, so does privacy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The nationwide panic engendered by the Justice Department's subpoena to Google was, according to many lawyers and scholars, a mistake. Timothy Wu, a law professor at Columbia, said more…

A plan for Iran

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Iran today stands at a crossroads. In one direction lies peace. In the other, isolation, economic harm, international denunciation, military pressure ... maybe even war. Which road will more…

When violence becomes
a first resort

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- What the riots that were provoked by the cartoons published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten – and the torching of European consulates, embassies and missions in Damascus and more…

John Boehner's GOP

by Star Parker -- The Wall Street Journal said that the vote by House Republicans for a new leader to replace Tom DeLay would be a "referendum" on the future. Now these more…

Old Media hiding truth ... again

by Les Kinsolving -- The election of Ohio Congressman John Boehner to House majority leader was important enough for both the New York Times and Washington Post to give top-of-Page-1 headlines, leading more…

The Pellicano briefing

by Joseph Farah -- Private investigator Anthony Pellicano got out of a federal prison last Friday, but he's now back in jail where he faces celebrity wiretap charges. It's a big story more…

Why Ali dodged the draft

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: In his eye-opening new book, "Sucker Punch: The Hard Left Hook That Dazed Ali and Killed King's Dream," Jack Cashill un-tells what may be the most more…