Dealing with the causes

by Jon Dougherty -- I have no idea what our leaders will ultimately decide to do to "punish" the bastards responsible for killing perhaps 20,000 or more innocent Americans last Tuesday in more…

Emergency treatment

by Medicine Men -- By now our nation's best wordsmiths – far more eloquent than we – will have op-edited every imaginable comment, idea and solution to the attack on America, Tuesday more…

When will we learn? – part 2

by Harry Browne -- My article last Tuesday "When Will We Learn?" provoked more controversy than anything I've ever written. In case there was any misunderstanding, here is what I believe: The more…

What then?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- So, here's the score: Thousands dead. Since some 50,000 people worked at the World Trade Center, set the floor at 10,000 and start climbing. Combine the workers, defense more…

Terrorism of our own making?

by Larry Elder -- No more Mr. Nice Guy. This reflects, quite properly, the sentiment of most Americans in the wake of the horrific terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center and more…

Dems own morals showing – again

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Remember how Democrats were gonna slap Gary Miscondit upside his well-coiffed head when they got back in town last week? Their fearless leader Dick Gephardt even more…

What about follow-up attacks?

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Flatten them

by Tom Ambrose -- The charred body parts of Tuesday's victims aren't even buried and I've already begun to hear the pacifism of columnists and others: "Violence begets violence." "This should be more…

The wakeup call

by Joseph Farah -- America got its long-awaited, long-anticipated and long-dreaded wakeup call. The terror war came home in a big way Tuesday, Sept. 11. Everything has changed. Nothing will be the more…

They sought peace

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- In all the commentary on the attacks, little has been said of the vocations of the men and women who worked in New York's World Trade Center. Their more…