The gloves are off

by Melanie Morgan -- The country is buzzing about Rush Limbaugh's post-election comments that he felt liberated now that he would no longer have to shill for those who had not earned more…

A house divided in a time of war

by Hal Lindsey -- The Democrat Party won control of both House of Congress in what the Democrats are calling a "landslide" (and analysts call a weak "six-year itch" comeback). With all more…

The cleanest election ever!

by Joseph Farah -- Congratulations, America, on conducting the cleanest, most fraud-free election in history. I know that hasn't been the story other newsmen have been telling you about the midterm congressional more…

A tsunami of B.S.

by Robert Ringer -- An awful lot of folks were up in arms over John Kerry's implication that the troops in Iraq are a bit lacking in cerebral matter. Poor John. Seems more…

What's wrong with the 2-party system?

by Jane Chastain -- In this election, were you faced with a choice between a bad and a terrible candidate? This year, I did something I rarely do: I threw away two more…

There is hope for America yet

by Hans Zeiger -- We'd best not turn pessimistic after Tuesday, because political tides ebb and flow. Democracies are funny, strange things that move by the powers of impatience, perception and millions more…

Spot-on report describes 3-missile attack

by Jack Cashill -- This week I received a communication from retired United Airline Capt. Ray Lahr. It contained two items of great interest – one dollop of good legal news and more…

Does Gates pick mean accepting a nuclear Iran?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- President Bush's decision to replace Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld with Robert M. Gates signals to experienced Iran observers that the Bush White House is about to shift more…

A glimpse into the soldier's soul

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Charles Rangel is now destined to be chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee – which means we can expect higher taxes, more government waste and, perhaps more…