We can still win in Iraq

by David Hackworth -- Editor's note: Eilhys England contributed to this column.The invasion of Iraq was sledgehammer-simple: Slug in some "shock and awe" and kiss Saddam Hussein goodbye. But while our troops more…

Abbas must take control or fail as a leader

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The recent attack by Palestinian militants killing six Israeli settlers in the Gaza Strip was as much an attack against Israel as it was against the authority of more…

Free enterprise impacts tsunami victims

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is your exclusive source for real biblical answers to real business problems. www.businessreform.comThe American media has focused on government aid to tsunami victims?and more…

The Armstrong Williams flap

by Joseph Farah -- Commentator Armstrong Williams made a big mistake when he accepted a $240,000 payoff from the Bush administration for touting its intrusive, unconstitutional federal policies on education. He's been more…

Pius XII: Saintly defender of European Jews

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: This commentary is in response to a commentary WorldNetDaily ran last week by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. As we noted in his commentary, historians are split on more…

Knock off apologies, I want responsibility

by Barbara Simpson -- "I'm sorry, so sorry. Please accept my apologies." Words from one of my favorite songs, but the "I'm sorry" line has gotten out of hand. Cut it out! more…

Won the war, lost the peace

by Vox Day -- America's military is the finest in the world. It is very good at its job, which consists of killing people and breaking things. That is why it managed more…

The criminal conspiracy to sink Bush

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- At CBS, they still don't get it. The same holds true for the investigators of Dan Rather's "60 Minutes" report, which charged that George W. Bush, while in more…

Lessons in logic

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…