Bush's Thermidor

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In the calendar of the French Revolution, Thermidor was the second month of summer. On 9 Thermidor (July 27, 1794), Robespierre was guillotined and the Reign of Terror more…

Dems can cut and run, but they can't hide

by David Limbaugh -- Newscasters and pundits keep talking about the dilemma the Democrats are facing in legislatively opposing President Bush's troop surge. But this is hardly anything new. The Democrats have more…

How to free North Korea

by Joseph Farah -- Do you ever get the feeling there is no real leadership in the free world today? Are Western officials hanging us all with the noose of political correctness? more…

GOP leaders: Don't 'Bob Dole' us again

by Mychal Massie -- [The] "Hustle" may have been a line dance we did back in the days of disco, but today it's what GOP leadership and a complicit media are trying more…

Spray painting mob marches again

by Les Kinsolving -- On Saturday, March 17 – St. Patrick's Day – there is a march planned in Washington, D.C., that has nothing whatsoever to do with Blessed Patrick. Instead, as more…

Child trafficking disguised as adoption

by Chuck Norris -- In just the past two weeks, international child trafficking has been the subject of many news stories: Recently, a woman in Colorado was charged with selling her 5-month more…

Reminder: Get bin Laden!

by Joseph Farah -- I noticed over the weekend that Osama bin Laden celebrated his 50th birthday. How could this be? How could a man who plotted and carried out the worst more…

The case against science, part II

by Vox Day -- It was interesting to see the plethora of reactions to last week's column, wherein I demonstrated that the arguments commonly made against religion cannot only be made against more…

John Edwards the wuss

by Barbara Simpson -- Good grief! John Edwards wants to be president of the United States of America!? The person in that job is supposed to be tough and resilient. He's supposed more…

Hopelessness causes crime

by Ellen Ratner -- Sen. Mary Landrieu spent the greater part of last week fighting for increased funding for victims of Hurricane Katrina. New Orleans has turned into the Wild West. Red more…