Americans, welcome to the real world

by Don Feder -- A young lady I know, mid-twentysomething, is disconcerted. The crisis confronting us – reflected in the greatest carnage on American soil since the Civil War – has upset more…

Fight yes, number no

by Joseph Farah -- It was predictable that, with the advent of the devastating terror attack on America, there would be moves by Washington to encroach on our unalienable rights. I know more…

Bush's terrorist buddy

by Debbie Schlussel -- Editor's note: Today's column is the third of three on the World Trade Center attack. Read parts 1 and 2. Previously I've written about my Arab- and Muslim-American more…

Torn between freedom, security

by Geoff Metcalf -- The world changed Sept. 11 and we as a nation are still reeling from the shock. There is a sea change afoot in our country. Bipartisanship is (at more…

Whose side are you on?

by Barbara Simpson -- They're out in force like maggots on a rotting carcass. It took a massive attack on this country to force them out in the open to spew their more…

Why John Kerry talks about TWA 800

by Jack Cashill -- James Sanders, a former police officer turned investigative reporter, co-writes this report with Jack Cashill. Sanders is the author of "The Downing of TWA Flight 800" and "Altered more…

The closing era

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Her once fluffy, dark brown hair had become silky and white as fresh snow; her once supple skin had become as thin and delicate as translucent tissue paper more…

Arm the pilots (and everyone else)

by Chuck Baldwin -- Airline pilots across the country are calling upon Congress and the White House to grant them liberty to carry personal firearms while on the job. This is only more…

Looking at 16th-century Islam

by Cynthia Grenier -- Islam is on everyone's mind these days – with great and terrible reason. By one of those quirks of timing, Knopf has just published a wondrously rich, fascinating more…

God's timing

by Jerry Falwell -- In 1993, three missionary families arrived in the village of P?curo, deep in the jungles of Panama. P?curo is a village of approximately 300 Kuna people, in the more…