The bitter pill of hatred

by Mychal Massie -- Hatred is a bitter pill to swallow; especially for the people afflicted by it. More often than not, hatred is the confluence of fear, lies and ignorance into more…

Clinton sex victims
to visit his library

by Les Kinsolving -- A news release from World Ahead Publishing advises that on Oct. 26: "Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey will visit the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum in more…

Beware of the VAT!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- For several years now, there have been moves to reform the Byzantine U.S. Tax Code. Three years ago this month, the Washington Post ran an article titled, "Inching more…

Is this the end of time?

by Jim Rutz -- No. But as of today, you have only two shopping months till Christmas. You just have to ask yourself: "Can I get my Christmas shopping done before Jesus more…

Getting rid of reckless spending

by Rebecca Hagelin -- I've never been more thankful or proud to work at the Heritage Foundation than I was on Thursday, Oct. 20. That was the day my boss, Ed Feulner, more…

Meet a real judge from Texas

by Joseph Farah -- The U.S. Supreme Court jumped at a chance to overthrow all sodomy laws in the nation when it learned of two Houston men caught committing the offense in more…

The greatest scandal

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- While President Bush and his War Cabinet bear full moral responsibility for Iraq, they could not have taken us to war without the complicity of the "adversary press" more…

Flirting with fascism

by Vox Day -- "Fascism," David Ramsey Steele writes: ... was an attempt to pluck the material fruits of liberal economics while abolishing liberal culture. The attempt was entirely quixotic: There is more…

America's decadence

by Ellen Ratner -- "The American Republic will endure, until politicians realize they can bribe the people with their own money." – Alexis de Tocqueville Recently, I thought of America's favorite Frenchman more…