Testing Israeli, Palestinian leadership

by Yaffah daCosta -- Both Israelis and Palestinians have expressed reservations about the latest ceasefire agreement. One day after the agreement, in the June 13, Khaleej Times, it was "his cease-fire plan," more…

Losing the Senate, reclaiming a party

by Alan Keyes -- What is the outlook for the Republican Party, and for moral conservatives in particular, in the wake of the defection of Sen. Jim Jeffords? Some commentators have suggested more…

Time for a father and child reunion

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Mother's Day is the day of the year on which the most phone calls are made. Father's Day, is the day of the year on which the most more…

Wall Street's helpful backhand

by Bob Howard -- The talk on Wall Street these days is thick with disgruntled investors who think they may have been "had" by the system that decides how Wall Street touts more…

Nature is nasty by nature

by Bill Steigerwald -- Hate to ruin your day, fellow earthlings, but Nature is not our friend. In fact, she tries to kill us and our raggedy excuse for civilization every chance more…

Holding leaders accountable

by Jon Dougherty -- I found the following snippet from an Associated Press story earlier this week thought-provoking: "Former Argentine president, Carlos Menem, has been under the house arrest since last week. more…

More Clintonism in Mideast

by Joseph Farah -- In the 2000 presidential campaign, George W. Bush said his policies in the Middle East would be markedly different than those of his predecessor. The hallmark of the more…

Going postal on 'suspicion'

by Joel Miller -- Remember that pre-Kaczinsky Unabomber mug sketch? Law enforcement ink shooters pegged the swarthy saboteur as a mustachioed sweatshirter with a hood and a pair of aviator sunglasses – more…

Hyping Bush's problems

by Alan W. Bock -- I have nothing against the press going after a sitting president, even in a somewhat combative, or even unfair, manner. The president of the United States is the more…