John Boehner's GOP

by Star Parker -- The Wall Street Journal said that the vote by House Republicans for a new leader to replace Tom DeLay would be a "referendum" on the future. Now these more…

Old Media hiding truth ... again

by Les Kinsolving -- The election of Ohio Congressman John Boehner to House majority leader was important enough for both the New York Times and Washington Post to give top-of-Page-1 headlines, leading more…

The Pellicano briefing

by Joseph Farah -- Private investigator Anthony Pellicano got out of a federal prison last Friday, but he's now back in jail where he faces celebrity wiretap charges. It's a big story more…

Why Ali dodged the draft

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: In his eye-opening new book, "Sucker Punch: The Hard Left Hook That Dazed Ali and Killed King's Dream," Jack Cashill un-tells what may be the most more…

'Domestic' abuse

by David Limbaugh -- I hereby expressly consent to the NSA eavesdropping on any telephonic, Internet or other electronic forms of communications I may have – whether I initiate or am on more…

T-shirts in the Capitol

by Ellen Ratner -- The day after the State of the Union speech, the newspapers and TV news shows were filled with the stories of the arrest of Cindy Sheehan wearing an more…

Loony 'Toons: When liberal art imitates strife

by Doug Powers -- Editorial cartoons in newspapers are a long-standing tradition. They can help capture the emotion, attitude and cultural essence of a particular point in time, in an often humorous more…

Cyber-terror

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Sheehan-igans

by Craig R. Smith -- "My civil rights were violated. They – I unzipped my jacket. They treated me like I got – I took a weapon out. They were rough with me. more…

Who killed the audience
for political movies?

by Ted Baehr -- The self-proclaimed liberal director of "Crash" told the Los Angeles Times that political movies were back. If he meant that there are more political films now than there more…