Those @%# tax cuts!

by Larry Elder -- National Public Radio's Terry Gross recently interviewed economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin, the head of the Congressional Budget Office from 2003 to 2005. The job of the CBO – staffed more…

Why is this man still alive?

by Jon Dougherty -- Washington Post illustrator Tom Toles probably thought he was being too clever by half when he penned what has to be the most tasteless, cruel, appalling and angering more…

What a trip!

by David Dolan -- Alice's Wonderland has apparently sprung to life in the Middle East. Or maybe Timothy Leary's favorite drug has been slipped into all regional wells and drinking water. How more…

Scouts anniversary week & ACLU attacks

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "When I arrived at RNC [Riverside National Cemetery] and saw those veterans in formation to provide military honors to a fallen soldier, and that Boy Scout in uniform more…

Why Ali betrayed Malcolm X

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…

Mideast moral relativism

by Joseph Farah -- The term "moral relativism" often comes to mind in the discussion of certain domestic "social issues." But I've been seeing more and more evidence of it in the more…

Western dhimmitude

by Hal Lindsey -- The global reaction to the uproar over the "12 Satanic Cartoons" demonstrates a growing Western embrace of the mentality of Islamic "dhimmitude" subtly disguised as political correctness. Under more…

Calvin and Hobbes – and Muhammad

by Ann Coulter -- As my regular readers know, I've long been skeptical of the "Religion of Peace" moniker for Muslims – for at least 3,000 reasons right off the top of more…

Bush wants to help China

by Joseph Farah -- It is increasingly clear that President Bush bought China's "cooperation" on Iran. What the price tag is, no one is quite sure. But I wouldn't want to be more…

Bogus rights

by Walter Williams -- Do people have a right to medical treatment whether or not they can pay? What about a right to food or decent housing? Would a U.S. Supreme Court more…