Kerry too busy for Iran

by Joseph Farah -- Sen. John Kerry is in the Middle East trying to undermine U.S. foreign policy – a specialty since his youth. During a stop in Egypt last Friday, he more…

E-mails shed light on ISG intentions

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…

Do not compromise: All or nothing in Iraq

by Craig R. Smith -- To assume the Iraq Study Group is capable of offering a viable way forward in Iraq by consensus is much like the abortion debate being resolved in the more…

Whose house is it, anyway?

by Barbara Simpson -- They're like the dinner guest who shows up with several friends who eat all the food, drink all the booze, snarf up the desserts, dominate the conversation, get more…

Nifong's Law

by Doug Powers -- As of this moment, we're still unsure of all the facts in the Duke "rape" case, but it's looking like the accused players could be getting railroaded to more…

The war they can't win

by Vox Day -- Everyone from Americans United for Separation of Church and State to Wonkette swears up and down that there is no unholy alliance of Jews, atheists and African-American Marxists more…

The sin of indifference

by Rusty Humphries -- "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." It's an old joke, but, on the other hand, so is John Kerry. This past weekend, Sen. Kerry met more…

Musharraf the next Saddam?

by Ellen Ratner -- Pakistan is supporting terrorism and the United States has propped up another dictator, another man who was not "elected" because he is being "helpful" in the war on more…

Unauthorized diplomacy – where's the outrage?

by David Limbaugh -- I suppose certain puffed-up congressmen are feeling their oats since the election, but that's no excuse for their unauthorized trips overseas to meet with leaders of foreign nations. more…