The cultural assault against Christianity continues in America. As our society bends over backward to assure Islam that it is a glorified and peaceful religion, the least it could do is to accord Christianity similar respect.
Rep. George Miller of California rose during a recent closed-door House Democratic leadership meeting to protest, reflecting discontent in the party caucus with Minority Leader Richard Gephardt.
The U.S. Capitol has reopened to tourists under security procedures implemented by Capitol Police that encourage senators to store constituents' knives, razors, box cutters and other personal items in their offices until tours are completed.
As pundits mull whether America's next target in the war on terrorism should be Iraq or a smaller quarry first – such as the Sudan or Somalia – it's time to consider another petri dish of ferocious anti-American hatred and terrorist activity. The Bush doctrine is: We are at war not only with the terrorists, but also with those who harbor them.
"John M. Culbertson, an economist known for mounting an articulate defense of protectionist economic policy long after the tenets of free trade were de rigueur among his colleagues, died on Sunday, in Madison, Wis. He was 80."
President Bush is withdrawing the United States from the Antiballistic Missile Treaty we signed with the Soviet Union in 1972. He’s making the right decision, because he has to kill the ABM treaty to build an effective missile defense shield.
As our armed forces conclude a massive rout of the Taliban and al-Qaeda forces in Afghanistan, we have the luxury of turning our eyes back to the home front, and that relaxation welcomes the familiar patterns of partisan politics.
Like Reagan at the famous 1986 Reykjavik summit, at which he would not give up the Strategic Defense Initiative to Gorbachev, Bush was not about to allow Putin to lock the United States into any deal that would prevent us from building ABM defenses.