The rage of Islam

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- To bank the firestorm ignited by his address in Regensburg, Germany, Pope Benedict XVI declared himself "deeply sorry" for the effect his remarks have had on the Muslim more…

What can we do to stop lunatics with guns?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On Dec. 6, 1989, a lunatic took a rifle into a Montreal school and brutally murdered 14 young women and wounded an additional 13. With the battle cry more…

Harry Reid's crusade against polygamy

by Joseph Farah -- Sem Harry Reid, D-Nev. It must be an election year. The reason I know this is because the Senate minority leader, Harry Reid, is trying to curry favor more…

Tortured logic

by Rusty Humphries -- What is the purpose of interrogating captured terrorists? If it is to improve diplomatic relations with our enemies, then I understand Sens. McCain, Warner, Graham and the Democrat more…

My courageous hero: Oriana Fallaci

by Barbara Simpson -- I envision her as a Viking warrior, whose body is sent to the gods on a fiery barge with all the honors due. Oriana Fallaci was outspoken, courageous, more…

In defense of 'radical Christianity'

by Kevin McCullough -- In a bizarre turn toward the strange, Rosie O'Donnell and violent Islamic clerics across the world bound themselves together this week in a bit of ideology that not more…

The bestial Bush administration

by Vox Day -- In recent centuries, war has reliably accomplished three things: kill vast quantities of individuals, expand the size and scope of the central state and degrade the traditional values more…

The West can win without weapons

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The title is a slight exaggeration that makes an important point: The war of resistance to global jihad can be won without using the West's massive advantage in more…

Not a Rosie outlook

by Doug Powers -- By now most of us have heard about Rosie O'Donnell's comments on "The View," the show that occasionally reminds everybody – every man, at least – of what more…

Stone Age hopes

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…