Vultures and looters gather

by Walter Williams -- Vultures and looters can always be expected in the wake of tragedies – they take advantage of increased opportunities to steal. Looters were arrested in New York, caught more…

Israel: Caught in the crossfire

by David Dolan -- The assassination of Israeli Tourism Minister Rehavam Ze'evi in Jerusalem yesterday has grave implications for the immediate stability of the tense Middle East. As I wrote several weeks more…

See no evil

by Bill O'Reilly -- Editor's note: Purchase a copy of Bill O'Reilly's new book, "No Spin Zone," autographed and personalized, and receive a free "No Spin Zone" bumper sticker and a free more…

The essence of Islam

by Doug Casey -- Islam has a number of sects and variations, but only a tiny fraction as many as Christianity. It won't serve a useful purpose to go into them now, more…

We can't win this way

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The government cannot win its war against terrorism, at least as it is presently being pursued. The terrorists will always outsmart the central planners in D.C., now and more…

Casualties of war

by Joseph Farah -- The Islamicists' war on the United States has already claimed more civilian U.S. casualties than any conflict since the War Between the States. That's the bad news. The more…

No Ford in my future

by Henry Lamb -- My first car was a 1949 Ford, bought in 1956 for $200. Had it been a Chevy, my firstborn could have arrived in the back seat, but my more…

Craving the federal trough

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In politics, it's not often that a letter or e-mail makes a difference and changes the direction of a piece of fast-moving legislation. However, a two-page e-mail, by more…

Think like a terrorist!

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Is this any way to run a country? Closing down Congress until next week to sweep for anthrax spores? Shades of DUH-Bee-Yah fleeing … uh … vacating the more…

Protecting freedom

by Hal Lindsey -- In Afghanistan, American bombs continue to rain down on al-Qaida positions and Taliban forces across Afghanistan. After the bombs began to fall, the mainstream media broadcast unedited statements more…