Race, law and society

by David Limbaugh -- The United States Supreme Court's decision to review Grutter vs. Bollinger could have long-term consequences in how our society approaches issues of race, affirmative action, quotas and diversity more…

A federal nursing home?

by Neal Boortz -- I'm sure I've covered this truism in previous columns. But I'll bring it up again today because it is such an excellent introduction to Mr. Harley Sorensen. Here more…

I smell a rat

by Barbara Simpson -- The new U.N. arms inspectors have the latest technology supposed to make their work more accurate and efficient. I'm not sure how successful that will be against pure, more…

Choice on Earth?

by Joseph Farah -- Planned Parenthood knows no bounds when it comes to advocacy of the wanton killing of unborn children. The latest evidence is its "Choice on Earth" campaign – just more…

The Myth of Woman

by Vox Day -- I enjoy science fiction. I especially like the sort of book that allows one to get into the head of an alien being, that allows one to experience more…

A new friend, indeed

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns are satire and parody, based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to tell more…

Is Islam a religion of peace?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "I think Muhammad was a terrorist ... a violent man, a man of war," said the Rev. Jerry Falwell on "60 Minutes." He added, "Jesus set the example more…

Blaming the victim for murderous Muslim rampages

by Michael Medved -- If Islamic thugs slaughter innocent Christians, then who should receive the blame? Is it appropriate to condemn the killers themselves, or should "enlightened" opinion castigate some third party more…

Tracking fed handouts to radical greens

by Henry Lamb -- Environmental organizations are among the first to cry "corporate welfare," "subsidized" ranching, grazing, mining, logging, as well as and whatever else may be on their agenda at the more…