Presidential politics: Too much, too soon?

by Kevin McCullough -- Despite the fact that some in both parties strongly disagree, I believe the 21-month campaign cycle needs to become the norm, not the exception, and that in doing more…

Make Europe pay us tribute

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The Brits are going home. Forty thousand marched in beside the Americans. Only 7,100 remain; 1,600 will be heading home by Easter. By August, the Danish force of more…

Iraq and the Vietnam syndrome

by Joseph Farah -- "It is time to pull our troops out. ... The longer we stay in ... the more chance we have of being sucked into another Vietnam in that more…

Edwards chooses bloggers over Christians

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It would prove to be the turning point of the 1884 presidential election. Republican nominee James Blaine was running neck and neck with his Democratic counterpart, Grover Cleveland, more…

Democrats' anti-Americanism

by David Limbaugh -- While arrogantly guaranteeing that she would be the next president, Hillary Clinton promised to stop America from being an "arrogant power." Well, maybe when she accomplishes her mission, more…

Why they're called 'fuzzy-minded liberals'

by Letter of the Week -- No doubt that anyone who follows politics has heard the term "fuzzy-minded liberals," but have they heard why the phrase came into being? I do not question a more…

Disgracing the memories of American heroes

by Melanie Morgan -- The most unseemly members of the anti-war contingent have showed us their colors by dishonoring and disgracing war memorials all across the continent. On Saturday, March 17, anti-war more…

Iraq and the U.S. Constitution

by Joseph Farah -- It's a shame that no one in Washington cares about the U.S. Constitution any more. It's a tragedy. And it's one of the reasons we have such conflict more…

Don't rely on the awning

by Robert Ringer -- I recently received an e-mail from a reader in Houston, Texas, which stated, in part: "How can so many be so wrong for so long, and still the more…