Department of Education must be abolished

by Devvy Kidd -- The federal Department of Education was made a part of the president's Cabinet by new world order facilitator Jimmy Carter. Prior to that, America had the finest education more…

Golden chance for NAACP

by Star Parker -- The surprise resignation of Kweise Mfume as president of the NAACP should prompt national leaders to engage in introspection and re-evaluation. The national leadership has lost its way. more…

Looking for love in all the wrong places

by David Limbaugh -- In their continuing post-election collective psychiatric couch session, the Democrats first need to determine whether they are going to maintain the charade that they were robbed, and, if more…

Does Jennings still support Rather?

by Joseph Farah -- Tom Brokaw is gone. Dan Rather will soon be gone. That leaves Peter Jennings as the last man standing in big-time network news broadcasts. But the ABC newsman more…

A militant Merry Christmas

by Vox Day -- I'm not sure when I noticed that "Merry Christmas" had been supplanted by "Happy Holidays." I thought this generic term was rather strange, considering that Hannukah is a more…

Boy Scouts in danger in Portland!

by Hans Zeiger -- Last month, the U.S. Department of Defense settled a lawsuit with the American Civil Liberties Union to ban military bases from sponsoring Boy Scout troops. Thousands of Americans more…

What are we up to ... in Ukraine?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In the 1940s, as Stalinists were seizing Czechoslovakia, ex-OSS agents were running bags of money to Italy and France to ensure the communists were defeated in national elections. more…

Turn your head and Kofi

by Doug Powers -- The United Nations' "Oil-for-Food" program, which began in 1996, permitted Saddam Hussein to sell oil, provided that the revenue went for food, medicine and other necessities. It was more…

A lesson in tolerance

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…