Kerry's Vietnam whitewash

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine you're called to testify before a U.S. Senate committee. Your remarks are recorded. Your words are broadcast for much of the world to hear. The statement is more…

Bring them home

by Vox Day -- I am, and always have been, a supporter of the U.S. military. I have had friends and family in every branch of the military, at all ranks and more…

It's all about hating Catholics

by Barbara Simpson -- I am furious! No, I'm livid! I've had it and I'm finally going to vent! It's a good thing I was alone when I read the latest Catholic more…

An index of American decline

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Sen. John Edwards did not win Wisconsin, but he closed a huge gap with John Kerry with astonishing speed in the final week. The issue propelling Edwards was more…

Recipe for disaster

by Ellen Ratner -- President Bush has stated his vision for the world is democracy. He says, "Freedom is God's gift to man," and that freedom is the best defense against terrorism. more…

Dodo demographers

by Doug Powers -- The United States has a population of around 300 million people. For political candidates, their pollsters and the media, this huge collection of citizens must be categorically jammed more…

Resurrection

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Kerry's green machine

by Henry Lamb -- The League of Conservation Voters has launched a vigorous campaign to get John Kerry elected president. And why wouldn't they? As a senator, Kerry votes for the League's more…

The real reason behind FAA fuel-tank ruling

by Jack Cashill -- Earlier this week, the Associated Press reported that the Federal Aviation Administration was about to order airlines to install a system to reduce the chance of fuel-tank explosions more…

Not dead yet

by Kelly Hollowell -- At the beginning of the famous Monty Python movie "The Search For the Holy Grail," there is a funny, if not macabre, scene of a ragged and lurching more…