The Osprey as Phoenix

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Seems like a no-brainer. The new secretary of defense, Donald Rumsfeld, is under orders to cut some big military procurement programs so as to "transform the military" on more…

Last dance with Bill

by Linda Bowles -- The events of the last few days of the Clinton presidency are befitting to what was trumpeted to be "the most ethical administration in history." With only hours more…

Clinton’s disgraceful departure

by David Limbaugh -- My desire finally to follow the Clinton admonition "just to move on," is outweighed by my obligation to comment on the distasteful nature with which Clinton handled his more…

Blameless and shameless

by David Hackworth -- Dereliction of duty, from the bridge of the USS Cole to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, left 17 American sailors dead, a billion-dollar ship mangled and more…

Karma catches Jesse Jackson

by Bill O'Reilly -- As a journalist and an American I take no pleasure in the embarrassment of Jesse Jackson. But I do believe in karma, and the fact that Jackson is more…

Clinton's last slap in the face

by Jon Dougherty -- Within minutes after President George W. Bush was sworn into office, CNN.com ran this headline: "Clintons Set to Depart Washington After Farewell Ceremony." The most relevant and newsworthy more…

Murderer as peacemaker?

by Joseph Farah -- How would you like it if millions of your hard-earned tax dollars were sent to a little foreign dictator who murdered two American diplomats and got away with more…

Who is Elaine Chao?

by Joseph Farah -- If you wonder why the Clinton "Chinagate" scandal didn't rise to the magnitude of "Monica-gate," the nomination of Elaine Chao as secretary of labor may provide part of more…

Stand up for life where it counts

by Jane Chastain -- Twenty-eight years ago today, the United States Supreme Court handed down a decision that made abortion legal in all 50 states, for any reason, at any time during more…

Scooping the king scooper

by Geoff Metcalf -- Wednesday I was about 20 minutes into my daily radio talk program when I received an e-mail from a long-time and very dependable source. I was on the more…