Believing the unbelievable

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Editor's note: Dr. Blumenfeld is the author of the lead article in the October issue of Whistle Blower which examines the deliberate destruction of America's education system.The reason more…

New terror to freedom

by Joel Miller -- If there's one thing that war allows besides the requisite destruction, obliteration and general disruption of daily life, it's an opportunity for politicos to sharply hone their doublespeak. more…

A way out

by Doug Casey -- How one spends his life is as much a question of psychology as anything else. Several years ago, a friend of mine, Paul, was a partner in a more…

The appeasers

by Craige McMillan -- Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil. – King more…

Futility of capitulation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The tendency in various circles to try and understand "the hatreds" that have produced the terrorist attacks in the United States is as comprehensible as endeavoring to understand more…

The real enemies

by Joseph Farah -- Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's passionate speech on terrorism to the House Government Reform Committee last week was extremely well-received. Both sides of the aisle agreed emphatically more…

Don't believe everything you hear

by Thomas Jipping -- Folks assert something one day and then, after a crisis, say just the opposite. Liberals, for example, insist that the Constitution is some kind of organic, morphing, shape-shifting more…

Security's double-edged sword

by Hal Lindsey -- The Book of Proverbs 16:25 warns, "There is a way that seems right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death." As I watched more…

'Music Therapy'?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- This boggles the mind: Suddenly, the omni-sapient, Big Brother-esque "They" are telling us what songs we can and can't, or should and shouldn't, listen to, for our own more…

America at the crossroads

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo To: Website fans, browsers, clients From: Jude Wanniski Re: Matt Wanniski's thoughts My son Matt, a chip off the old block, last week sent me some of more…