The Supreme Court vs. the Constitution

by Benjamin Shapiro -- The Supreme Court has entered a period of relative silence on social issues. On Nov. 28, the court refused to hear a challenge to the Supreme Judicial Court more…

The race card – 2005

by Larry Elder -- The Democratic Party continues to play the race card for political gain. The Rev. Jesse Jackson steamed into Ohio, the so-called battleground state that went for Bush, claiming more…

Lapham explains what happened

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Harper's Magazine has been around for a long time, and was once a respected presence on the American literary and journalistic scene. For a good many years, however, more…

Liar, liar, now you're fired

by Ann Coulter -- If CNN doesn't hire them, Dan Rather and his producers can always get a job teaching at the Columbia School of Journalism. The Columbia Journalism Review recently defended more…

This column is not for sale

by Michelle Malkin -- Editor's note: The following column contains language that may be offensive to some readers.No. Never. Not one penny. In the wake of reports last week that the Bush more…

Keep Rather forever!

by Joseph Farah -- I know many of you are thinking today that CBS really blew it by keeping Dan Rather on while firing four of his subordinates for his major broadcasting more…

Sex appeal

by Burt Prelutsky -- Sometimes, when I say I'm not like other people, I must admit I'm boasting. Other times, though, I'm simply stating a fact without the slightest bit of editorial more…

Bush-neocon parting of the ways?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Last Thursday, word spread across Washington that U.S. trade rep Robert Zoellick would become Condi Rice's No. 2 at State. This was followed by word that State's super-hawk, more…

Sins of the extremist left

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The holidays are over. America has gone back to work. The culture wars, over gay marriage, abortion and the proper demarcation between church and state, are likely to more…