Hillary's honesty deficit

by Star Parker -- The honesty and transparency themes are driving much of voter sentiment in this election. It helps explain the surprising success of Republican candidate Mike Huckabee. And we see more…

Taking the Hitchens challenge

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In his introduction to the new book "The Portable Atheist," Christopher Hitchens issues his now-familiar challenge to theists: "Name me an ethical statement made or an action performed more…

Huckabee at Liberty U.

by Jonathan Falwell -- Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a rising voice in the Republican presidential race, addressed a Liberty University convocation service on Wednesday, detailing his pursuit of his relationship with more…

Hollywood's latest assault on children

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A major assault is planned by Hollywood for Dec. 7, 2007, across the theater screens of America – and the stakes are high. This huge campaign is being more…

The religious right is alive and well

by Letter of the Week -- Far be it from a hardened liberal such as Bill Press (see his WorldNetDaily column "The death of the religious right") to recognize the strengths and accomplishments of more…

Shades of Munich at Annapolis

by Hal Lindsey -- The United States, Saudi Arabia, Syria and a dozen or so other mostly "Islamic interested parties" met this week in Annapolis, Md., to discuss the age-old "Final Solution more…

'Redacted': De Palma tells the truth

by Ilana Mercer -- Tinseltown pictures are not what they used to be. Scripts nowadays are suffused with politically correct clich?s. Activism has replaced acting. Good stories have been supplanted by sermons. more…

Gentleness in politics

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As the 2008 presidential candidates bristle and gnash at one another, one wonders whether respect and good will have lost all foothold in modern politics. Yesterday's death of more…

Blowback from Moscow

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Our next president will likely face a Russia led by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, determined to stand up to a West Russians believe played them for fools when more…