Judicial activism or restraint?

by Walter Williams -- Are federal, state and local justices appointed to office to impose their personal views on society or to interpret law? Is it a judge's duty to uphold the more…

Sioux tribe plans to scalp its own

by Jill Stanek -- The Oglala Sioux Tribe in South Dakota plans to blow smoke at the abortion ban signed into law earlier this month that would outlaw all abortions in South more…

Taking action: Better late than never

by Benjamin Shapiro -- On March 26, hundreds of thousands of people flooded onto Los Angeles' streets to protest a bill currently passing through Congress. The House version of the bill strengthens more…

Moral of Terri's story: Marry wisely

by Diana Lynne -- Editor's note: The following is an excerpted speech delivered to the student body of North Greenville University in North Greenville, S.C., by Diana Lynne, author of a powerful, more…

12 million invaders

by Joseph Farah -- Everybody is surprised by the size of the recent demonstrations against legislation to do something about illegal immigration in this country. Why should we be surprised that rallies more…

Hillary's political faith and the press

by David Limbaugh -- Can someone please explain why Hillary and Bill Clinton always get a pass from the secular left when they invoke God in their public discourse? Why is Dan more…

What is 'democracy'?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "If I must die, I will die," Abdul Rahman told a human rights worker. Facing execution for converting to Christianity, Rahman had just been moved from a jail more…

Leaving too many children behind

by Star Parker -- This past week my organization, CURE, along with the Alliance for School Choice, filed legal action in California against the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Compton more…

When N.J. background helps

by Joseph Farah -- I always knew that growing up in New Jersey would some day prove helpful to me in my worldly pursuits. Such an occasion finally arose this week. The more…