Bin Laden and the 'Old Man of the Mountain'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- When President Bush called the Sept. 11 attacks "cowardly," a question arose among some Americans. Surely murdering unarmed civilians is cowardly, but does the term apply to the more…

Hated for our success

by John N. Doggett -- The attack on the United States forced many Americans to ask a simple question: Why do they hate us? Left-wing "academics" say America got what's coming to her more…

Get rid of the FEC!

by Jon Dougherty -- Our country has lots of bureaucracies. They were created over the years by overzealous and meddling lawmakers, then signed into law by overzealous and meddling presidents. Now, each more…

Microsoft's victory

by Bob Howard -- As you read this article today, you can bet many a Clintonista at the Justice Department is going to be crying in their cups this weekend and knocking more…

Anybody but Dole

by Joseph Farah -- Now we know, perhaps part of the reason anyway, why Republicans were ineptly silent when Hillary Clinton carpet-bagged her way into a U.S. Senate seat by pretending to more…

Dead men tell no tales

by Ellen Ratner -- Editor's note: Reporter Gareth Schweitzer contributed to this column.It seems like another age, but my thoughts recently took me to a plane ride last June, en route to more…

The nature of the beast

by David Limbaugh -- OK, I take it back. The world has changed since Sept. 11 – at least many things have changed for America, probably permanently. We had already begun to more…

Why we were caught off-guard

by Joseph Farah -- Some people are still wondering why and how the United States of America was caught off-guard by the terrorist attack of Sept. 11. Let me explain. Back in more…

Economic terrorism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Have you ever looked closely at one of the new 20, 50 or 100 dollar notes and wondered why it was necessary for the U.S. Treasury to redesign more…

Rebirth of common sense

by Medicine Men -- The last portion of the 20th century witnessed the death of common sense. In war, truth may or may not be the first casualty. But in this war, more…