No brimstone, just Hellfire

by Inside the Ring -- Chinese military agents secretly tried to buy one of the U.S. Army's most effective weapons: the Hellfire anti-tank guided missile. According to Pentagon intelligence officials, Chinese agents recently more…

Government's license to harass

by Joseph Farah -- If pro is the opposite of con, a wise man once said, then progress must be the antonym of Congress. That proverb (opposite of converb?) never rang more more…

Put that in your apology and smoke it

by Joel Miller -- Let's not bicker over who killed whom. --Michael Palin in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"  I feel so much better. Really, I do. Thanks to the pope, more…

Liars in high places

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Monday's headlines screamed about the "brawl" between Clinton and the NRA on ABC's Sunday talk show, "This Week." The confrontation made the radio talk shows and the TV more…

Mongols, Maginot and strategic defense

by J.R. Nyquist -- There are no invincible countries, no foolproof defenses and no impregnable fortifications. Those who passively wait to be attacked are vulnerable. But those who plan an attack, who more…

A congressional whitewash

by Joseph Farah -- The Joint Committee on Taxation yesterday leaked its long-awaited report on Internal Revenue Service political audits to a few select reporters. Given the direction of the committee and more…

The idiocy of today's racial rhetoric

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- As Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker entered the field for his first appearance since he was sent for psychiatric evaluation for expressing politically incorrect opinions, the fans made more…

Eternity lost

by Craige McMillan -- As a child, eternity was easy to understand: It lived in the days and hours leading up to Christmas -- and the time we opened presents. Sometimes it more…

Grumpy atheists fight back

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Thanks to recent political campaigns' increased spotlight upon heartfelt avowals of faith by candidates, the small atheist contingent in this country has lately been developing a certain grumpy more…

The common defense

by Walter Williams -- Our Constitution says, "Congress shall have power to provide for the common defense." If that's Congress' job, then why are Americans unnecessarily naked to attack with weapons of more…