Irreconcilable differences?

by Jon Dougherty -- Last week WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah keenly and completely identified the true political machinations of the modern political elite. Fascism, he says, is the problem here, though I more…

Columbus on the Web

by Judy Lowe -- 1492 And All That. Today I'm glad I'm not an elementary school teacher. How in the world do you explain to an American second-grader about a holiday to more…

Rush Limbaugh and the conspiracy

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- First, let me say that I am an avid fan of Rush Limbaugh's. I particularly enjoy his perceptive and humorous critiques of liberals. No one in America can more…

Bush bites feeding hand

by David Limbaugh -- Intellectual honesty compels me to confess that it is becoming more and more difficult to defend George W. Bush from a conservative viewpoint. A month or so ago, more…

That website ruined my computer

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Traveling the virtual world is just as risky today as the day the Internet began. We have all heard of a person that connected to the Internet and more…

A visit with Tom Sowell

by Alan W. Bock -- Thomas Sowell, to my mind one of the truly great thinkers and writers of our era, has a new book out, "The Quest for Cosmic Justice'' (Free Press, more…

Redefining the political spectrum

by Joseph Farah -- I've believed for some time now that the greatest threat to America's freedoms is not from socialism or communism but rather an "ism" you seldom hear much about more…

Same-old, same-old on education 'reform'

by Jon Dougherty -- Every presidential contender for the 2000 election has adopted the generic issue of "improving education" as a cornerstone of his or her administration. But few of them have more…

Women on the warpath

by Stuart Goldman -- Every stink that fights the ventilator thinks it is Don Quixote. --Stanislaw Lem This morning, a piece in the local paper caught my eye. The headline read, "Critics more…