The worries of a hurricane survivor

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I was worried about my friend and former boss, "Hadleigh," an artist and retired science museum exhibits director who lives in Florida right in the heart of hurricane more…

When baby has no brain

by Jill Stanek -- I remember sitting in the office of the vice president of nursing at the hospital where I worked. She and I began discussing the hospital's induced-labor abortion practice, more…

Productive inequality

by Walter Williams -- Shaquille O'Neal ($32 million), Tiger Woods ($80 million), Oprah Winfrey ($210 million), Barry Bonds ($23 million), Mel Gibson ($210 million) and Lance Armstrong ($19 million) are at or more…

The left thinks legally, the right thinks morally

by Dennis Prager -- To understand the worldwide ideological battle – especially the one between America and Western Europe and within America itself – one must understand the vast differences between leftist more…

Part 1: The Oklahoma City bombing

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: In his extraordinary new DVD documentary, "Mega Fix," Emmy-award-winning filmmaker Jack Cashill traces the roots of Sept. 11 to the political exploitation of terror investigations by more…

The two Rathergates

by Joseph Farah -- While the presidential campaign and the news media remain fixated on the most recent Rathergate scandal, in which CBS News anchor Dan Rather foisted upon the public apparently more…

Blacks gaining new political vision

by Star Parker -- When a Democratic presidential candidate speaks to the Congressional Black Caucus, it's a family affair. Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry spoke at the caucus' recent legislative conference and more…

Joe Scarborough is one feisty guy

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Joe Scarborough is one feisty guy. For loyal fans (and loyal enemies) of his energetic MSNBC show, "Scarborough Country," my characterizing Joe as "feisty" comes as no real more…

Why shakeup won't save Kerry

by Dick Morris -- John Kerry's recent shakeup of his campaign illustrates his larger problem: He is playing a simple game of checkers, while President Bush is playing a subtle game of more…