Tapper Gore

by Joseph Farah -- Al Gore sure was full of righteous indignation the other day in his speech denouncing the Bush administration for selectively eavesdropping on phone calls to Americans by suspected more…

Should military protect
America's borders?

by Letter of the Week -- Regarding Joseph Farah's "Militarize the Border Now," the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, which detractors are saying is the main reason that the military cannot be used at more…

Never give in, never give up

by Melanie Morgan -- The news out of Pakistan this week should come as a shot in the arm to Americans: the Bush administration continues to push forward in the war against more…

Israel's folly

by Ilana Mercer -- Israel doesn't lack problems. Iran's Ahmadinejad says the Holocaust never happened, but promises to remedy that by razing Israel to the ground. Or relocating her. He then accelerated more…

A confused party

by David Limbaugh -- Though Republicans undeniably face difficulties, Democrats are ill positioned to capitalize on them because of their own problems, which amount to a veritable identity crisis. The New York more…

The age of willful ignorance

by Ted Baehr -- While waiting to interview two of the top producers in Hollywood, Frank Marshall ("E.T.") and Jerry Bruckheimer ("Pirates Of The Caribbean" and "Remember The Titans") – and others more…

Truce-wielding
Demo-bin-Laden-crats

by Kevin McCullough -- OK, quiz time. Tell me who said this: Insurgents are winning the conflict in Iraq and [be] warned that security measures in the West and the United States more…

'Today' show's Lauer calls
Alito 'ultra-conservative'

by Larry Elder -- Question: Who called Judge Sam Alito, nominated to succeed retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, an "ultra-conservative"? Was it an attack by the liberal Senate Judiciary Committee more…