Congress: Butt out

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Americans are a compassionate people. Faced with media reports about the rising tide of foreclosures, it's understandable that many feel tempted to applaud federal action – to agree more…

The global-warming gravy train

by Craige McMillan -- Perhaps God is the master of subtle irony. As I drove from the Midwest to the West coast at the beginning of April, the snow was falling – more…

Iran fighting proxy war against U.S.?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Iran is conducting a proxy war against the United States in Iraq, declared Ambassador Ryan Crocker last week. How? Gen. David Petraeus explained. The Quds Force of the more…

Ethanol: The political fuel

by Ernest Istook -- Can it be that not everything green is good? Take ethanol. It's now under attack from its old buddies, the environmentalists. Some other former friends are also forsaking more…

Obama: 'Bitterly' out of touch

by Larry Elder -- "Bitter," says Sen. Barack Obama, the man of hope and change, about those who live Pennsylvania, small towns and the Midwest. "You go into some of these small more…

Off the deep end

by Joseph Farah -- Sometimes I wonder if America can continue to govern itself as a free nation endowed with certain unalienable rights by its Creator. Too many Americans, including some with more…

Carter to Hamas' rescue

by Joseph Farah -- One of the very few benefits of Israel's tragically misguided gamble in withdrawing from the Gaza Strip has been the way the terrorist group Hamas has fulfilled expectations more…

Imperialists in black robes

by Nat Hentoff -- I dearly wish our Founding Fathers James Madison and Alexander Hamilton had been able to see Supreme Court Justices Anthony Kennedy and Clarence Thomas explain on C-SPAN's "America more…

How Carter lit the fuse of 9/11

by Michael Evans -- Former President Jimmy Carter's pro-Arafat and pro-Palestinian leanings are legendary. According to Carter's assessment, Israel is the crux of the problem. Never mind that Israel has endured decades more…