'Rape 2 and call me
in the morning'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The term "quack doctor" takes on a whole new meaning when you consider the situation in Southern Africa. There are more than 400 tribal groupings in South Africa. more…

At last, a property-rights victory!

by Henry Lamb -- Landowners across the nation can breathe a deep sigh of relief because of a decision rendered by the Michigan State Supreme Court July 30. The court reversed a more…

Missiles on terrorists' shoulders

by Jack Cashill -- The Associated Press reported on Thursday that two leaders of an Albany, N.Y., mosque were arrested for plotting to help a presumed terrorist purchase a shoulder-fired missile. The more…

N. Korea's Nodong – no joke

by Gordon Prather -- A year ago, some un-named U.S. government official "reported" that North Korea was working on a new missile that could perhaps be a threat to the U.S. mainland. more…

Howard Dean's vote for incest

by Les Kinsolving -- Last February, during the New Hampshire Primary, during a news conference at St. Paul's School, Concord, I was able to ask Democratic presidential candidate and Ohio Congressman Dennis more…

Kerry's toast

by Joseph Farah -- I was wrong. When I'm wrong, I admit it. And I was wrong. I was wrong when I predicted months ago that John F. Kerry would likely be more…

Sen. Kerry: You can't have it both ways!

by David Limbaugh -- I have a few more questions about John Kerry's foreign policy and national security "vision," as laid out (or not) in his convention speech and elsewhere. You say, more…

Vote and die

by Ilana Mercer -- Rapper P. Diddy and actor Ben Affleck have something in common other than the asinine Jennifer Lopez. At Mr. Diddy's instigation, Affleck and a posse of "sexy people," more…

The master of mendacity

by Ted Baehr -- Hollywood, Calif. – Movie czar Jack Valenti has taken the movie industry from the Golden Age of Hollywood with its broad audience movies that the whole family could more…

The death of idealism in the Democratic Party

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- John F. Kerry enjoys being compared with his hero John F. Kennedy. But for all the superficial comparisons of both being Democratic senators from Massachusetts, ideologically they are more…