God's open door

by Craige McMillan -- It is a universal and perpetual failing of humanity that we attempt to make God over in our own image. Thus, in America, we do not have God more…

The fleecing of America

by Bill O'Reilly -- Now that the foolishness with the Chinese is over, at least for the moment, we can all turn our attention to another unfathomable controversy much closer to home. more…

Stop the insanity now!

by Tom Ambrose -- We have to act now, America. And there are things each of us can do stop the insane antics of the immature miscreants in Beijing. After my column more…

Team Panda rushes to Beijing's rescue

by Don Feder -- Henceforth, I intend to behave very badly. I will employ force and threaten violence. I will violate the norms of civilized behavior and international law. When called to more…

Out-Foxing immigrants?

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- Mexican President Vicente Fox worries greatly about the welfare of Mexican immigrants in the United States. You can't blame the guy. Looking north has got to more…

Giving capitalism a bad name

by Jon Dougherty -- Anyone who has ever read an editorial of mine would conclude that I'm not a socialist; that I despise communism; loathe fascism; and decry Marxism. Most people would, more…

Say no to income taxes

by Joseph Farah -- The political machinations taking place in Washington with regard to a proposed tax cut perfectly illustrate why the only real, fair and constitutional thing to do is end more…

Is He risen?

by Hal Lindsey -- Simon Greenleaf, who was head of the Harvard Law School for some 30 years, was once challenged by his students to apply his "Laws of Legal Evidence" (which more…

T.J. Rodgers: Man on the margin

by Jude Wanniski -- To: T.J. Rodgers, CEO, Cypress Semiconductor Corporation From: Jude Wanniski Re: 'A Computer Would do Better Than the Fed' It is no surprise to me that you wrote more…

The tattoo parlor of life

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- American culture, its books and movies and art -- or so contended socialist realist literary critic Georg Lukacs -- fixates on portraying what he called "The Psychopathology of more…