The poor IRS

by Joseph Farah -- "There are heartening signs that the Internal Revenue Service is beginning to recover from the largely unfair beating it took at the hands of the new Republican Congress more…

Rave review for a Civil War movie epic

by Les Kinsolving -- How often has any major movie received a rave review from a columnist for a major metropolitan daily newspaper 156 days before it is due for national release? more…

Rockefeller-sponsored socialism

by Joseph Farah -- There's a quiet movement building for international peace and economic justice centered on a document that would reorganize humanity around a sacred earth-worshipping mission. This Saturday, for instance, more…

Will Congress blink again?

by David Hackworth -- History has repeatedly shown that the military solution is the least-desirable way to resolve conflict. Smart leaders know that "supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without more…

The Taxpayer's Addendum

by Neal Boortz -- Congress is probably going to adjourn soon for the November elections without having passed one of the 13 appropriations bills mandated by law. Not one. By any measure, more…

Bob Greene is a good man

by Dennis Prager -- I took the news of the forced resignation of Chicago Tribune columnist Bob Greene – for having had sexual contact with an 18- or 19-year-old woman 11 years more…

New domino theory is red herring

by David Limbaugh -- As we prepare for a preemptive strike against Iraq it is important that we don't allow certain opponents of an invasion to confuse the national dialogue. Despite protests more…

My hero, Alan Greenspan

by Vox Day -- As the equity market bubble continues to burst, corporations hemorrhage red ink and the average investor's net worth shrinks like a cotton t-shirt inside a dryer set on more…

Has Saddam cheated the hangman?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- With Russia, China, France and Saudi Arabia shifting to back a U.S. invasion, Saddam played his ace of trumps. U.N. inspectors, he told Kofi Annan, can come back more…

How out of touch is academia?

by Michael Medved -- Did the American press display shameful bias in its coverage of the 9-11 attacks? Did our leading journalists demonstrate a lack of balance by painting a one-dimensionally negative more…