Who's leading whom?

by Gordon Prather -- Hope you watched the March 21st broadcast of "Hardball!" on MSNBC and CNBC, especially the deep, serious part where Vice President Cheney briefed us on how the 'rolling more…

Faith and the Feds

by Jerry Falwell -- During the past several days, some in the mainstream press have suggested that I oppose President George W. Bush’s faith-based government initiative that would allow private religious charities more…

Nazis at the gates

by Richard Grenier -- Big World War II movies are hard to do, particularly on the Eastern Front. But here comes a hefty-budgeted European war film, financed by German-English-Irish money, with a more…

Microsoft is a stone-cold buy

by Bob Howard -- In 2000 Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) took quite a beating in the media. Everywhere you looked, the company was besieged. Initially, when the court ruling went against MSFT, there more…

Hollywood's holy day

by Bill Steigerwald -- So what if the economy is in a dismal state? Who cares if the stock market has plummeted so far that Time, Newsweek and U.S. News & World more…

The next ambassador to Israel

by Joseph Farah -- Previously I presented the case against Daniel Kurtzer as the next U.S. ambassador to Israel. I won't cover old territory again -- except to say that the man more…

Courting medical marijuana

by Alan W. Bock -- Next week I'll be reporting from Washington, D.C., after sitting in on the U.S. Supreme Court's oral arguments in the Oakland Cannabis Cooperative medical marijuana case, scheduled for more…

Bush seeks Israeli security, not a peace prize

by David Limbaugh -- Isn't it amazing how much difference a few short months can make, especially in terms of geopolitical events on the world stage? Not long ago, President Clinton, frantically more…

Black reparations and conservatives, part 1

by John N. Doggett -- Recently, some conservative writers have asked why most blacks reject Republicans. According to the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, one-third of all black Americans self-identify themselves more…

Screening judges is Congress' job

by Jon Dougherty -- Last week, CBS News published a story claiming that the Bush administration was considering ending the practice of allowing the American Bar Association to screen candidates for federal more…