Why Palestinians support terror

by Joseph Farah -- A new poll of Arabs living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, conducted by a pro-Palestinian organization, shows 64 percent of the population supports suicide bomb attacks more…

Learning American history word by word

by Jon Dougherty -- "You and I are America. Unless we change, America will not change. Unless we are willing to experiment boldly with the application of absolute honesty, absolute purity, absolute more…

Victory? What victory?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – The mountains of Tora Bora remind me of giant anthills. On the surface, arid soil. Underneath, a maze of tunnels, in which al-Qaida fighters scurry around more…

What if Christmas never came?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Standing on a snow-covered iron bridge in the Christmas film classic, "It's A Wonderful Life," George Bailey cries out in desperation, "I want to live! I want to more…

Beyond the veil

by Ellen Ratner -- Nobody knows what the next stop will be on the president's Anti-Terrorism Express. There's certainly no shortage of candidates: Iraq, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia, Syria, Lebanon or Iran – more…

The Bush coup d'etat

by Harry Browne -- In 1932, Franklin Roosevelt was elected promising a 25 percent reduction in the federal budget, an end to deficits and the restoration of a sound dollar. Within eight more…

End of medicine?

by Medicine Men -- It's an ominous phrase – "the point of no return." It means exactly what it says – the moment in a journey or a process after which return more…

After the drug war, part 1

by Joel Miller -- The perennial question aimed at those of us who want drugs legalized (besides this rhetorical wonder: "You just want to smoke pot, right?") is "What then? What do more…

'Happy Holiday' hypocrisy

by Craige McMillan -- One of the collateral casualties of the war on terrorism seems to be the traditional battles over Christmas nativity scenes. These are normally launched by the American Civil more…

Defining 'terrorism'

by Thomas Jipping -- "'When I use a word,' Humpty Dumpty said in a rather scornful tone, 'it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.' 'The more…