Is the left fit to govern?

by Craige McMillan -- Have you noticed a double-standard when it comes to citizens dealing with their government? I'm thinking of farmers in the Klamath Basin in Oregon – and bureaucrats at more…

The British are coming!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Born Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor in 1948, crowned Prince of Wales in 1969, the future King George VII, as he will be known, has an abundance of more…

Delusions, reality – which is which?

by Doug Casey -- The market had a nice run since September, with the NASDAQ up from a low of 1387 to 1838, and the DJIA again crowding 10,000. It's unclear to more…

U.S. hostages in Saudi Arabia

by Joseph Farah -- When two U.S. missionaries were held captive in Afghanistan, Americans prayed for their release. Thankfully – perhaps even miraculously – they were freed. When a U.S. journalist was more…

Buy dope, fund terror

by Bill O'Reilly -- Editor's note: Purchase a copy of Bill O'Reilly's new book, "No Spin Zone," autographed and personalized, and receive a free "No Spin Zone" bumper sticker and a free more…

Spinning the 'Axis of Evil'

by Hal Lindsey -- President Bush's State of the Union address had all the usual stuff in it. There was stuff about the economy, which in any other year would be headlines. more…

Watch your money!

by Larry Elder -- To avoid "another Enron," President George W. Bush proposes measures to "help" workers protect their 401(k) money. Under Bush's proposals, companies must allow workers, if they choose, to more…

Ralph Nader is a hypocrite

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Ralph Nader takes little stock in corporate America – convinced, as he is, that big business is the root of all societal ills. Or at least more…

The problem with immigration

by Ilana Mercer -- Steve Kubby, the open-border libertarian immigration enthusiast has had another brain event. Like the previous one, I'm pleased to inform you this one is not serious. Kubby continues more…

In memory of Richard Grenier

by Joseph Farah -- I hate memorial columns. I hate reading them. And I hate writing them – particularly when they are about good friends, respected colleagues, contemporary heroes and personal role more…