Arafat faces his own intifada

by Joseph Farah -- There's a certain tragic irony to Yasser Arafat's plight, as he finds himself facing an intifada of his own in Gaza and elsewhere. His policemen are now vilified more…

Senate's post-terrorism power grab

by Jon Dougherty -- As usual, our power-hungry Congress is reacting badly to a crisis. Whenever that happens, freedom usually suffers. Last week the Senate passed a pair of bills that – more…

Lock and load now!

by David Hackworth -- Shooting first and straight while on a battlefield or a security detail is a matter of life or death. That's why weapons training normally gets the highest priority more…

Farewell to arms control

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- In all the millions of words that have been spoken and written in recent days about the threats of bio-terrorism and chemical weapons attacks, two have been curiously more…

The enemy within

by Joseph Farah -- I am going to be very careful in choosing my words in this column. Nonetheless, I fully expect my words to be twisted, distorted, misrepresented and turned against more…

Choosing death or peace

by Harry Browne -- "All that's necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do the wrong thing." – Lawrence Block, "The Evil Men Do" Americans have been sold more…

Going to war

by Barbara Simpson -- Had it not been for the atrocity of Sept. 11, I would have been writing this column about my second voyage with the U.S. Navy. But the trip more…

The men are back in town

by Geoff Metcalf -- "Cry 'Havoc!' and let slip the dogs of war." – Mark Anthony in 'Julius Caesar' There have been times during the kumbaya-feminazi dark ages (1992-2000) when I really more…