Will real Arafat be exposed?

by Joseph Farah -- A former National Security Agency intelligence analyst in the Middle East is urging the U.S. Congress to reopen an investigation of Yasser Arafat's role in the murders of more…

Inside the foreign-policy wizard's brain

by J.R. Nyquist -- Foreign-policy wizards are smart. They can ring circles around anyone and anything. Listen to them long enough and up becomes down, down becomes up, right becomes wrong and more…

Investing wisely

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- About this time of year, high school seniors march to the mailbox hoping for a thick envelope rather than a thin one. Thick is a good sign that more…

L.A. Times loses Hart

by Hugh Hewitt -- Which is more offensive: A comic strip dealing with Easter which uses the device of a menorah giving way to an empty tomb, or a front page story, more…

Tyranny naked

by -NO AUTHOR- -- There can be no greater stretch of arbitrary power than is required to seize children from their parents, teach them whatever the authorities decree they shall be taught, more…

Beijing on our brain

by Cynthia Grenier -- Life has a funny way of pulling disparate elements all together suddenly into one neat package. First, we had the emergency landing of our airplane, its nose cone more…

Is war with China inevitable?

by David Limbaugh -- Can someone please explain to me what is meant by this fantastic notion that the United States is not in a Cold War with the Red Chinese? Is more…

Chronicle of a cop killer

by Jerry Falwell -- December 9, 1981, 3:51 a.m.: On this frigid morning, 25-year-old Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner pulled his patrol car behind a powder-blue Volkswagen Beetle and called for backup. more…