… Home of the brave

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: This is the second of a two-part series of columns by Joseph Farah commemorating Independence Day 2001. Does America have the courage to recover the freedom more…

Energy solutions mean ignoring eco-nuts

by Jon Dougherty -- This is Jon's last column for the week; he's on vacation till next Monday. In doing some research for an environmental article recently, I noticed that virtually every more…

Repeal Motor Voter!

by David Limbaugh -- The selective indignation of many of those clamoring about alleged minority voter disenfranchisement in Florida reveals that their primary concern is not to restore integrity to the election more…

Questions for Davis

by Hugh Hewitt -- News has reached me on vacation in London that unGovernor Gray Davis has renegotiated his contract with Gore-guys Mark Fabiani and Chris Lehane. As Davis saw his poll more…

Market transparency works

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- It isn't often that a corporate decision not to bring a stock offering to market generates news. So it was no great surprise that the Financial Times of more…

Guys' music is back

by Debbie Schlussel -- Dennis Quaid as a rock star? Yes, the same Dennis Quaid who starred in hit movies, like "The Big Easy," "Suspect," "DOA" and "Frequency" can sing. And perform, more…

Unraveling the cover-up

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: The following column by independent filmmaker Jack Cashill explores how the official explanation of the TWA Flight 800 disaster fell apart upon examination in his new more…

Why I'll miss Charley Reese

by Jon Dougherty -- In case you're a fan of nationally syndicated Orlando Sentinel columnist Charley Reese and you didn't know this, he is set to retire from the paper next month. more…

Land of the free …

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series of columns by Joseph Farah commemorating Independence Day 2001. It's that time of the year – with Independence more…

Olympic games in Beijing a new low

by Don Feder -- The Bush administration has declared moral neutrality in foreign policy – that is to say, it will take no position on holding the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. This more…