'Republicans did it first'

by David Limbaugh -- Washington Democrats are fond of justifying their otherwise inexcusable behavior on the grounds that "Republicans did it first." It is time we recognize this tactic for what it more…

Wanting things both ways

by Hugh Hewitt -- It is increasingly clear that Tom Daschle cannot be both majority leader and presidential candidate. The latter role forces him to focus on the activists within the Democratic more…

I'm offended, but who cares?

by Jon Dougherty -- A California chapter of the American Red Cross has illustrated the utter futility of trying to please all people all the time, while doing a great job of more…

9-11 situation report

by David Hackworth -- It has been six months since the Kamikaze Krazies forced us into the trenches, high time for a situation report on how we're doing. Firstest with the mostest more…

Bill Moyers: Get a clue

by Joseph Farah -- I admit it. I'm fascinated by the way Bill Moyers' mind works. This is not the first column I have devoted to this topic. Moyers, if you don't more…

Ground Zero … again

by David Dolan -- I was walking by the prime minister's official residence in the center of Jerusalem when the first hint came that something unusual was up. Tense-looking Israeli security guards more…

So where is the plane?

by Geoff Metcalf -- I receive a lot of strange information from a wide variety of sources. Some of it is intriguing. Some of it is flat-out weird. I try (and frequently more…

Why not apply civil-rights law to the Oscars?

by Michael Medved -- Editor's note: "Hollywood vs. America" is now here! Michael Medved provides provocative insights into the U.S. entertainment industry. Both autographed and unautographed copies now available in WorldNetDaily's online more…

Shunning the intolerable

by Alan Keyes -- I want to consider this week the implications of a cartoon strip, appearing last week in the New York Times and other places, by a Mr. Ted Rall, more…

The secret lust for power

by Vox Day -- One of the easiest ways to dismiss something out of hand is to label it conspiracy theory. Although the word "conspiracy" simply refers to the act of joining more…