A mythical conversation with John Kerry. The questions are drawn from fact. The responses are logic-based fantasy...
The residents of Gypsum, Colo., were in for a surprise the other day. Someone hit the wrong button in the county's communications center, triggering an automatic broadcast over four radio stations warning residents to evacuate immediately on account of the tsunami headed their way.
The morning after Super Tuesday expired with a burst of fireworks enhaloing the hunk of granite that is John Kerry's head, Sen. Hillary Clinton -- still the most popular Democrat in the country -- pops up at Washington's Mayflower Hotel to give a major speech on trade and manufacturing.
Complete sexual freedom. That was the dream promoted by feminists. The dream has cost America dearly. Several reports released last week -- by Advocates for Youth and the Alan Guttmacher Institute -- conclude that half of all young Americans will get a sexually transmitted disease by age 25.
Political campaigns ought to be about helping the electorate to determine the candidates' respective positions on the issues, but Democrats, in a number of ways, are determined to obscure rather than clarify, and there has to be a reason for that.
America is engaged in two wars for the survival of its civilization. The war over same-sex marriage and the war against Islamic totalitarianism are actually two fronts in the same war -- a war for the preservation of the unique American creation known as Judeo-Christian civilization.
The harshest criticism in the wake of "The Passion of the Christ," Mel Gibson's movie about the last 12 hours of the life of Jesus, is directed not at the movie or even at Mel Gibson, but at the audience of evangelicals and the devout who have embraced the movie as a phenomenon of their faith.
What could the proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution defining marriage as the legal union of a man and a woman possibly have in common with the security fence Israel is building to block West Bank terrorists from entering the country and killing civilians?
Taking a broader view, ?The Passion? was not just a smart business bet because of the specifics of the film?Gibson, the low cost, the inevitable controversy?but because religious films make money.
I woke up the other morning to the screaming headlines, "Greenspan: Cut Social Security." Now, Alan Greenspan knows more about economics than Jack Kemp, but he was wrong to tell Congress that to make the nation's retirement program "solvent" and avoid raising taxes, Social Security benefits must be cut.