Some suggestions for the Harvard faculty

by Star Parker -- Lawrence Summers, I feel your pain. The sad truth about a society that becomes increasingly politicized by the day is that the principal victim is integrity. Thoughtfulness and more…

When a culture gives prizes to actors

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- Arguably, the biggest problem in American culture today is the fact that mere entertainers are its heroes. There is no precedent in any civilization in the history of more…

A battle-rattled Army

by David Hackworth -- Editor's note: Eilhys England contributed to this column.A recent survey reveals that soldiers from Old Ironsides, the U.S. Army's mighty 1st Armored Division – now back in Germany more…

Progressing backward is not advancement

by Mychal Massie -- For all the advancement the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has made in recent decades, the group could just as easily be named Edgar or more…

The Lebanon revolution

by Joseph Farah -- With the assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri, the terrorist, totalitarian state of Syria has sowed the seeds of its own undoing. Hariri was not particularly a more…

Ownership society

by Ellen Ratner -- The president likes to talk about an "ownership society." Mr. Bush has a bold ownership agenda. It spans the American economic landscape from retirements to tax code to more…

Helping the troops

by Allan Wall -- Editor's note: As a special service for our readers, WND is running a series of dispatches from Allan Wall chronicling his transition from civilian life as he prepares more…

Questions for judicial nominees

by Joseph Farah -- Two weeks ago, President Bush re-nominated 12 candidates for federal appeals court seats whose confirmations were blocked by Senate Democrats during his first term. Bush says judicial nominees more…