What war?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – All these warnings about more terrorist attacks – from Attorney General John Ashcroft, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and now Congress, via the Washington Post – ring more…

Cardboard safety

by Gordon Prather -- Once upon a time, everyone knew what a "weapon of mass destruction" was – it was a nuke. All the have-nuke states were in agreement on one thing: more…

Exploiting tragedy

by Henry Lamb -- While the world is focused on the war on terrorism, rumors persist that sinister forces inside the beltway are looking for ways to attach a train-load of pork more…

Missing the blessing

by Yaffah daCosta -- Before Moses died (he is sometimes called the Lawgiver), he blessed the 12 tribes of Israel. Giving people a blessing is a very important thing to do, since more…

Feeling safe

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- On his second trip to New York since the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President Bush this week encouraged first-graders at P.S. 130 to more…

Living like a king

by Richard Grenier -- By all accounts, including his own, the Duke of Saint-Simon (1675-1755) was a sensitive, self-obsessed, ill-tempered man. A courtier and a singular chronicler of court life under Louis more…

Pray for victory this Sunday

by Joseph Farah -- On Oct. 7, 1571, Christian Europe, in a fight for its life with the Islamic invaders for some 700 years, prepared for a great naval confrontation with the more…

Rewarding failure in government

by Alan W. Bock -- If you step back a bit from the complex and still-evolving aftermath of the atrocities of Sept. 11, you can see a pattern that was established firmly in more…

Time for a reality check

by Bob Howard -- In times such as these where there are large events unfolding and big shifts in the market, it is a good time to take the pulse of your more…

President Bush's moral clarity

by David Limbaugh -- President Bush has many attributes that suit him for his current role as the nation's wartime president, but none is serving him better than his deep-seated sense of more…