Exterminating religion from the culture

by Ted Byfield -- In the explanation for Muslim terrorism offered by Canada's liberal commentators, a curious underlying assumption is becoming evident. Terrorism is caused, they imply, not because some men believe more…

Iran's nuclear-energy rights

by Gordon Prather -- According to the United Nations statute establishing the International Atomic Energy Agency: The Agency shall seek to accelerate and enlarge the contribution of atomic energy to peace, health more…

Why Father's Day saddens me

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As the product of a single-parent home, I have always had mixed feelings when Father's Day comes around every June. How could I comment on the importance of more…

Media, malaise and myopia

by Pat Boone -- WorldNetDaily readers catch more than most people, so you may have caught the recent Gallup polling on confidence in our nation's institutions. Understandably, most media outlets weren't quick more…

The suicides at Guantanamo

by Les Kinsolving -- "Three prisoners commit suicide at Guantanamo" headlines the top of Page 1 of the New York Times – with the subhead "Deaths come amid rising criticism of treatment more…

Coughing up some Coulter fur balls

by Ilana Mercer -- Coulter and communal grief Ann Coulter, I imagine, considers herself an individualist, not a collectivist. Which is why her views on grief perplex. About certain September 11 widows more…

New liberal strategy: Assault 7-year-olds

by Kevin McCullough -- Liberals in Lexington, Mass., have taken to beating up the 7-year-old children of their political opponents. This disgusting tactic should be featured on the front pages of every more…

Liberalism: A religion or a cult?

by David Limbaugh -- With all the controversy surrounding Ann Coulter's new book, "Godless: The Church of Liberalism," some might overlook important substantive points she has made. Critics may say, "Precisely. That's more…

Condi and the isolationists

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- To buttress crumbling support for his interventionist policy, President Bush played his ace of trumps, sending his most popular champion, Condi Rice, to the Southern Baptist Convention. If more…

Ohio's delusional Democrats

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Ohio's recent Republican primary has revealed a lot about this so-called battleground state. Democrats are looking forward to winning Ohio's electoral votes in 2008, smelling victory resulting from more…