Stuck on stupid

by David Limbaugh -- I believe Gen. Russel Honore's classic admonition to reporters, "Don't get stuck on stupid," was one of the best lines so far of the new millennium. Part of more…

Banned Books Week:
Smoke screen of hypocrisy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Libraries and schools throughout the country are ready once again to observe Banned Books Week. It's that special time each year when some in the library profession point more…

Blame Bush, part 2

by Kevin McCullough -- For anyone who had any questions on the matter, the entire pathetic response to the suffering people of Hurricane Katrina was entirely President Bush's fault. Or so the more…

Liberal intolerance &
the freedom to choose

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As recently reported on WorldNetDaily, the ongoing controversy surrounding Focus on the Family's upcoming Love Won Out conference on Oct. 29 in Boston reveals the hypocrisy of liberals more…

Katrina: Did FEMA really fail?

by Devvy Kidd -- Media coverage of Katrina has been as massive as the affected land area of 90,000 square miles. Up close and in your face coverage of misery, mayhem, murder more…

Shortsighted in Washington

by Jon Dougherty -- WASHINGTON – President Bush is taking lots of heat from Republicans on the Hill after pledging to rebuild New Orleans following its ravaging by Hurricane Katrina, a massive more…

Fort Apache: The Gaza Strip

by Hal Lindsey -- Since the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian arms bazaar has opened up between Gaza and Egypt. Weapons are flowing into the Gaza Strip as quickly more…

Michael Brown is back

by Joseph Farah -- SPECIAL DEAL! For a limited time, to mark the launch of "Taking America Back" in paperback, all hardcover copies sold at the slashed price of just $12.99 will more…

The ACLU's war on religion

by Alan Sears -- Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the more…

The case for policing pornography

by Benjamin Shapiro -- On Tuesday, the Washington Post reported that the FBI was seeking agents to constitute a new "anti-obscenity" squad. "The new squad will divert eight agents, a supervisor and more…