Roberts subverted Reagan

by Joseph Farah -- That carefully crafted political blank slate of Judge John Roberts is getting filled in piece of by piece. And what it reveals is an ugly portrait of a more…

Helping Al Franken
find a swindler

by Michelle Malkin -- The Bronx-based Gloria Wise Boys & Girls Club has been duped out of a reported $875,000 meant for poor children and elderly Alzheimer's patients. Evan Montvel-Cohen, the former more…

Cindy Sheehan:
Anti-war catalyst

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- When he flew off to San Clemente, Calif., in the summer of 1969 for his August vacation, Richard Nixon was riding a wave of popularity. He had announced more…

Confessions of a red diaper baby

by Burt Prelutsky -- I suspect that every family has its share of skeletons in the closet, black sheep that are only mentioned in passing, in whispers, at Thanksgiving gatherings. In the more…

Civil rights today

by Walter Williams -- When I think of the behavior of today's civil-rights organizations, I often think of the March of Dimes. In 1938, President Roosevelt helped found the National Foundation for more…

See pro-aborts run

by Jill Stanek -- Pro-aborts have never experienced anything like the pounding NARAL took last week for its outrageously false ad against Supreme Court nominee John Roberts. In fact, the NARAL incident more…

Year of the Belly

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- So there we were, watching the passing summer parade, two over-25 chicks, one a mother, one not, wondering how, or when, or why the bellies of pregnant women more…

New ideas?

by Star Parker -- A group of wealthy Democratic Party partisans has announced a new partnership called the Democratic Alliance, through which millions of dollars will be funneled to a network of more…

Making your bed
and sleeping in it

by Joseph Farah -- Those who know me understand I don't like the modern political labels employed regularly by the media and the pundit class. I think they are more a source more…

Are your kids reading rot?

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Reading isn't always good for our kids. How's that for an opening sentence to stir a little controversy among the educational elites? We've been bombarded by so many more…