The battle over judgeships

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The election is only two weeks behind us, and already it is clear that one of the biggest battles of the new administration will be over Senate confirmation more…

Reed Irvine: A Lone Ranger is laid to rest

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Before Media Research Center, before WorldNetDaily, before conservative talk radio and thousands of sharp-eyed (and sharp- tongued) bloggers, Reed Irvine set out in cowboy fashion to keep the more…

Renovate my country?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- If only it were this simple: "Chevy – Turn the Key and Start a Revolution!" Yes, Revolution is in the crisp autumn air – even if it's just more…

Get the blues

by Jill Stanek -- If President Bush is the Godly man pro-lifers believed him to be when they voted to re-elect him, he will advance our cause, as he is able. He more…

Changing of the guard

by Hugh Hewitt -- With the announcement of William Safire's retirement, the New York Times faces an important choice: Will Safire be replaced with a center-right scribbler, or will the Times be more…

Economic lunacy

by Walter Williams -- Here are a couple of newspaper headlines following Florida's bout with hurricane disasters: "Storms create lucrative times," St. Petersburg Times (Sept. 30, 2004), and "Economic growth from hurricanes more…

The loss that keeps on giving!

by Ann Coulter -- As we wait for CBS to concede the election, Democrats are claiming Kerry lost because Americans are stupid – and if there's one thing voters respond to, it's more…

Pomp and strange circumstances

by Burt Prelutsky -- Why do I seem to be the only person in America bellyaching about the soaring cost of education? I don't even have a kid in school, and I more…

The ACLU must be destroyed

by Joseph Farah -- Most Americans just laughed and shook our heads in disbelief years ago when a handful of extremists began systematically targeting the Boy Scouts as a "subversive organization." But more…