Vegas and Gomorrah

by Joseph Farah -- I predicted it. I take no satisfaction in being right about this. I sincerely wish I had been wrong. But I warned you that a laissez faire attitude more…

Here we go again

by David Hackworth -- Playing cat-and-mouse off the coast of China is bad news. These high-risk missions aren't about gaining intelligence; they're about twisting a tiger's tail -- and it's doubtful if more…

Hart attack

by Linda Bowles -- It would be a grave mistake to underestimate the importance of the public attacks on cartoonist Johnny Hart by various Jewish groups and newspapers. The creator of the more…

W's first 100 days

by Hugh Hewitt -- By this time next week we will be awash in "First 100 Days" stories about President Bush's early decisions, successes and failures. Peggy Noonan jumped the gun, in more…

Shooting the messenger

by Geoff Metcalf -- "Prejudice, which sees what it pleases," said Aubrey T. DeVera, "cannot see what is plain." When I returned to talk radio in 1991 after a 16-year hiatus I more…

TV is a turnoff, so let's

by Don Feder -- It's rare that you'll find the conservative Family Research Council agreeing with the lefty Physicians for Social Responsibility. That both endorse National TV Turnoff Week, which begins today, more…

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…

The Easter Bunny won

by Jane Chastain -- It is Bush versus Jiang Zemin in the U.S.-China standoff but the outcome already has been decided. The Easter Bunny won. While China was holding the crew of more…