The terrorist-tipping Times

by Michelle Malkin -- The New York Times (proudly publishing all the secrets unfit to spill since 9-11) and its reckless anonymous sources (come out, come out, you cowards) tipped off terrorists more…

The passion of Superman

by Ted Baehr -- "Superman Returns," opening today, is one of the most clearly Christological allegorical movies ever made. It is so clear that it even has a discussion about the world's more…

Where there's smoke there's ire

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Friend of mine, let's call her "Iris," keeps trying to stop smoking. Been having a devil of a time quitting. Oh, periodically "Iris" will get disgusted with herself more…

'Helping' Africa to death

by Walter Williams -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair, along with other G-8 leaders, has called for the doubling of foreign aid to African nations by 2010. The idea that foreign aid more…

Had enough now?

by Mychal Massie -- There's a reason a pet will continue to use your finest oriental rug as a urinal – it's because you clean the rug instead of removing the pet. more…

Congress failing their own police

by Les Kinsolving -- Sometime, surely, before Tuesday, Nov. 7, you should surely take the time to ask both of your congressional candidates: "Do you believe that Congress should support the local more…

Doing the credit card shuffle

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, I'm thinking about transferring the $2,500 in credit card debt I've accumulated on my current card to another one with a lower interest rate. Is this more…

Is racial gerrymandering a solution?

by Star Parker -- Now that the Voting Rights Act renewal has been temporarily derailed in the House of Representatives, it's worth taking a moment to consider the baggage that this act more…

Is defeat now an option?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "There is an awful feeling that everything is lurching downward," the Western diplomat told the Washington Post. "Nearly five years on, there is no rule of law. ... more…