Did Democrats write Chavez's speech?

by Larry Elder -- Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela, used his United Nations address to repeatedly refer to President Bush as a "devil." Immediately, and vigorously, two prominent Democrats defended Bush and more…

A powerful 'Salvo'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Our modern culture is marked by a rejection of truth. From charismatic professors who scoff at a biblical worldview to entertainment media that treat the idea of traditional more…

The adventures of Sammy the Cat

by Hans Zeiger -- Sammy, my cat, was born May 5, 1989, though the date was approximated by the first veterinarian that saw him after we'd made sure no one wanted him more…

Is Bill Clinton fit to be first lady?

by Joseph Farah -- Before last weekend, I had never before questioned whether Bill Clinton was mentally stable. Now I must add this concern to his other more well-documented pathologies – lying, more…

Are single mothers the 'New American Family'?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Call it the backlash against the backlash. Over the past decade, Americans have increasingly understood that the divorce revolution, fatherlessness and single parent households are harming our children. more…

Clinton targets Weldon in Fox tirade

by Jack Cashill -- Last week, I wrote on these pages that the Clinton shadow government, or CSG, has set its sights on Curt Weldon, a veteran Republican congressman from Pennsylvania's Democrat-leaning more…

People power, not police power

by Joseph Farah -- You all heard the news last week about the whack job who crashed his SUV into a police cruiser in Washington, then ran into the Capitol armed with more…

Water Torture: The Movie

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I promise you, nothing in life exceeds the awfulness of a flooded basement – not the Mideast crisis, not airport terror plots, not Bush-Wah's putative presidencies, not a more…

Of strong women and marketplace choices

by Walter Williams -- In recent weeks, I've offered operational definitions for some of the terms used in the discussion of race. The first was discrimination, which can be broadly defined as more…