Sat, Sep 08, 2007

Doug Giles | September 08, 2007

Kennedy made Satan more frustrated than Ted Nugent would be watching Dianne Feinstein attempt to shatter the Guinness Book of World Records’ longest break dance.

William Perry Pendley | September 08, 2007

In 2004, within four months of each other, two three-judge panels of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit decided cases involving the Constitution's Establishment Clause and its requirement of government neutrality regarding religion.

Jonah Goldberg | September 08, 2007

Well, Fred Dalton Thompson finally made it official, on the "Tonight Show" of all places: He's running for president. Though so far it's been more like strolling for president.

Caroline Glick | September 08, 2007

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert couldn't have looked more pathetic when he responded this week to a rocket attack on a day care center in Sderot by writing a letter of complaint to the United Nations. But what is he to do?

Paul Driessen | September 08, 2007

When do symbolic gestures turn into “doing something” about climate change?

Alan Sears | September 08, 2007

Planned Parenthood and its cheerleaders have long claimed they want abortion to be “safe, legal, and rare.”

Robert Novak | September 08, 2007

After privately being told by Republicans to stop boosting Craig, Specter Thursday contended he had said all he would say about the controversy.

William F. Buckley | September 08, 2007

The most recent initiative of the president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, is to change Venezuela's time zone by one half-hour. Why? There is only one reasonable answer: to annoy the United States.

Tom Borelli | September 08, 2007

“A Time for Choosing”, the celebrated nomination address by Ronald Reagan supporting Barry Goldwater for president in 1964, included a strong message about the dangers of appeasing the Soviet Union.

Larry Kudlow | September 08, 2007

A simple yet overlooked thought in the current debate about the health of the economy, the subprime credit virus and the proper role of Federal Reserve monetary policy is this:

Fri, Sep 07, 2007

William F. Buckley | September 07, 2007

This is the season in which, quite obviously, lascivious ears tune up for hypocrisy on the part of politicians. More often than not the scorn is justified.

Michael McBride | September 07, 2007

Next week, before, during, and after General Petraeus’ testimony on the Surge I’ll be glued to the TV hanging on every word from every "military expert" that the MSM can bring to denounce the General and his assessment of the Surge.

Ed Feulner | September 07, 2007

Recently, GQ magazine compiled its list of the 50 most powerful people in the nation’s capital. Political leaders such as Condoleezza Rice, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi topped the list.

Amanda Carpenter | September 07, 2007

The Senate voted to open federal coffers to foreign abortion providers, undermining President Bush’s policy that U.S. taxpayer money should not fund abortion late Thursday.

Richard H. Collins | September 07, 2007

Those familiar with the Clinton response to scandal know the process by heart. It inevitably goes something like this: first, deny any wrongdoing; then explain it as a misunderstanding or bureaucratic mistake; when it is clear there is actual wrongdoing begin to stonewall and obfuscate; then move on to simultaneously attacking anyone who brings up the scandal and dismissing the issue as old news.

Michael Gerson | September 07, 2007

If the president, the secretary of state and the secretary of defense all want to see the Guantanamo Bay prison closed before they leave office -- as they do -- why does it remain open?

Joe Lhota | September 07, 2007

In a move better suited to a liberal rag than a legitimate conservative journal, Romney Advisor Cesar Conda recently undertook the strange tact of criticizing Rudy Giuliani for cutting taxes by $9 billion, while praising Romney, despite the Cato Institute’s analysis that he raised fees by over $500 million and proposed hundreds of millions more in business tax increases.

Lorie Byrd | September 07, 2007

For the past two weeks I have lived as most normal people live – too busy with work and kids to pay much attention to the details of national news and politics. A new job and a return to the school calendar have demanded I forego my usual political junkie cable news/internet news/blog fix. I have followed politics since high school. Back then it was by reading columnists in my local paper and watching This Week with David Brinkley, The McLaughlin Group and Nightline on a regular basis.

John McCaslin | September 07, 2007

We couldn't decide whether to title this next item a "Brush with history" or a "Brush with Hillary." Either way, New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is lucky to be alive to run for president today.

John Hawkins | September 07, 2007

There has been a lot of talk about Larry Craig's on again/off again decision to resign from Congress. Like most Republicans, I'm of the opinion that Craig should resign, but wouldn't it be great if he could take a few people with him?

Brent Bozell | September 07, 2007

A few minutes later, the stewardess came on the intercom to announce that because of numerous complaints from passengers with families about the graphic violence being shown in this particular film, it had been stopped.

David Limbaugh | September 07, 2007

Given our success with the counterinsurgency operations and the stakes involved in the outcome of the war in Iraq, President Bush and other Republicans have a window to restate their case for the importance of Iraq in the War on Terror.

Mona Charen | September 07, 2007

Ahmad Dhani, Indonesia's counterpart to Justin Timberlake, has called his song a "musical fatwa against religious extremism and violence."

Oliver North | September 07, 2007

The commander in chief's surprise Labor Day visit to Iraq has buoyed our troops, reassured an anxious ally and confounded America's adversaries in radical Islam.

Diana West | September 07, 2007

Let's just say the surge -- defined as a military plan to enhance security in targeted sections of Iraq -- is working.

Paul Greenberg | September 07, 2007

John Edwards, the presidential candidate, has been outed by the Wall Street Journal as the kind of investor in subprime real estate that he's been blasting on the campaign trial.

Rich Tucker | September 07, 2007

These should be, to steal a line from Dickens, the best of times. Americans today live in bigger homes, drive better cars and enjoy more forms of entertainment than ever before.

Charles Krauthammer | September 07, 2007

Not surprisingly, Washington has not yet caught up to the next reality: Iraq is being partitioned -- and, like everything else in Iraq today, it is happening from the ground up.

Paul Weyrich | September 07, 2007

A movement is underway across the nation to change the way we elect the President.

Chuck Colson | September 07, 2007

It is good to be back to work this week, refreshed from our summer breaks. Patty and I took our time in August to visit our son and daughter-in-law and their two children at their beach cottage on the lovely island of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts—yes, that Martha’s Vineyard, made famous by the Kennedys, the Clintons, and scores of other politicians and media figures who take refuge on this lovely wooded island, covered with charming cedar-shingled cottages, rocky wind-swept coastlines, and surrounded by yachts.

Douglas MacKinnon | September 07, 2007

When we last left it, Prince William County in Virginia was trying to defend itself and its legal inhabitants against the massive influx of illegal aliens pouring into the county. A migration that is putting a tremendous strain on the infrastructure of the county while substantially raising the crime rate.

Burt Prelutsky | September 07, 2007

As repulsive as Michael Vick's actions were, what I've heard and read in the aftermath has struck me as being far worse. The dogfights themselves, and Vick's executions of the under-achieving canines, as vicious and sadistic as they were, involved only the Atlanta quarterback and a handful of his feebleminded lackeys.

Amanda Carpenter | September 07, 2007

Two senators campaigning for their party’s nomination for president reiterated their drastically different positions on the war in Iraq when they received their report from an independent commission about progress being made by Iraqi Security Forces.

Kathleen Parker | September 07, 2007

In a stunning move that caught no one by surprise, Fred Thompson announced that ... he's ... running ... for ... president.

Mike Gallagher | September 07, 2007

As a Republican, it would be somewhat satisfying to believe that hypocrisy in politics is practiced exclusively by Democrats.

Linda Chavez | September 07, 2007

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights turns 50 this week. Created by the 1957 Civil Rights Act, signed into law Sept. 9 that year by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Commission's work rarely makes the front pages as it did in the heyday of the civil rights movement.

Thu, Sep 06, 2007

Michael Reagan | September 06, 2007

Fred Thompson’s opening shot in launching his campaign on the Jay Leno show was impressive, but now he has to forget the sound bites and the folksy advice and get down to brass tacks.

William F. Buckley | September 06, 2007

Some set the matter aside as being nothing more than verbal play for the benefit of word-men. What term properly designates what we are doing, and what we are enduring, in many parts of the world, the symbolic center of which is the Twin Towers site in Manhattan? Sometimes the words chosen can mean the justification of an additional measure of military power. Always they calibrate the public mood and the public perception of what is going on.

John McCaslin | September 06, 2007

Shortly before he made headlines by urging Idaho Sen. Larry E. Craig to reconsider his decision to resign from the Senate after Mr. Craig was caught up in a sex-sting operation in the Minneapolis airport, Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter arrived back in Washington after a two-week congressional junket to Britain, Finland, Russia, Turkey, Poland and France.

Larry Elder | September 06, 2007

Question: Should taxpayers, through government programs and policies, support the choices of other people?

Ken Blackwell | September 06, 2007

Next week General Petraeus will report on progress of the war. It will likely mark a turning point in America’s role in Iraq, and will refocus voters on what they should be looking for in a president. It also reminds us that the elephant in the room in 2008 is the global war against radical jihadists and their reign of terror.

Cal Thomas | September 06, 2007

Throughout our young history, Americans have been admonished to "Remember the Alamo," "Remember the Maine" and "Remember Pearl Harbor." These remembrances - and others - were for the purpose of motivating the public to fight on until an enemy was vanquished. When victory was assured, the memory faded into history.

Lisa De Pasquale | September 06, 2007

Like many Americans, I’ve tried to tune out Elizabeth Edwards’ constant stream of Drudge-worthy gaffes to supposedly elect her husband president. It’s clear that even the Left is tired of it. This week, Susan Estrich wrote, “I’m the last person to recognize even a kernel of truth in Ann Coulter’s repeated attacks on the use of victims to say what others can’t, but Elizabeth Edwards is making the number one ranter of the right actually look like she’s onto something.”

Pat Buchanan | September 06, 2007

"Mexico does not end at its borders. ... Where there is a Mexican, there is Mexico."

Suzanne Fields | September 06, 2007

History won't repeat itself in the future so much, it will just rewrite itself. The young who grow up on computers will inevitably be influenced by the games they play

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | September 06, 2007

The winner of the Hypocrite of the Year award goes to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.). Even though the year is far from over and is likely to have its fair share of hypocrisy, Mrs. Clinton’s comment on the need to compromise to achieve political and social progress has to outclass any other current or future entrant.

Debra J. Saunders | September 06, 2007

What should San Francisco solons do to respond to the epidemic of hypodermic syringes littering public parks and streets or thrown into residents' yards?

Matt Towery | September 06, 2007

Devotees of this column will hopefully give us a little "gold star" for having caught wind of the "Draft Fred Thompson" movement long before most media knew of it.

Austin Bay | September 06, 2007

Like 12/7 (Pearl Harbor), 9/11 lives in infamy.

Donald Lambro | September 06, 2007

WASHINGTON -- Political cracks are appearing in the Democrats' once-unified opposition to the war in Iraq, and a prominent independent pollster says it's not "a slam dunk" issue for them anymore.

Rebecca Hagelin | September 06, 2007

Visitors to the Department of Education in Washington, D.C., encounter a bit of ticky-tacky architecture when they enter the otherwise grand, white-marble building: They must pass through a façade that resembles the entrance of a little red schoolhouse. It’s probably the most ridiculous, oxymoronic (and moronic) structure in town. And just to make sure that folks feel all “folksy” as they enter, the phrase “No Child Left Behind” is emblazoned across the top. Some DOE genius seems to believe that if you force people to first walk through a little fake door of a fake neighborhood school, maybe they’ll ignore the fact that they have entered the belly of a bureaucratic beast. Heck, maybe they’ll even think they’re at Disneyworld.

Cliff May | September 06, 2007

Six years after 9/11, we have a chance to win a major battle--or we can retreat.

Janice Shaw Crouse | September 06, 2007

In his newly released book, Miracle at Tenwek, Gregg Lewis provides a gripping account of the heroic life of Dr. Ernie Steury, a medical missionary who established a world renowned hospital in a remote area of Kenya.

William Rusher | September 06, 2007

The current flap over Sen. Larry Craig, the Idaho Republican who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct after an undercover police officer accused him of soliciting sex in a Minneapolis airport men's room, raises a whole series of interesting questions and observations.

Paul Edwards | September 06, 2007

"If anyone is in heaven, there is no question Mother Teresa is there," is a sentiment shared by millions of Americans, believers and non-believers alike. Yet her own words suggest it was a sentiment Mother Teresa struggled with and may well have not believed.

Robert Novak | September 06, 2007

WASHINGTON -- Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign hints that agreeing to refrain from campaigning in outlaw Florida and Michigan primaries is a noble sacrifice bowing to party rules. Some of the news media bought into that, with The New York Times reporting: "The decision seemed to dash any hopes of Mrs. Clinton relying on a strong showing in Florida as a springboard to the nomination." Rather, her forbearance looks like a windfall for the Democratic front-runner.

George Will | September 06, 2007

WASHINGTON -- Leaving no talent untapped in its quest for perfection, the Ford Motor Co. asked Marianne Moore, one of America's foremost poets in the 1950s, to suggest a name for the product it would debut in late summer, 50 years ago. She replied: "May I submit Utopian Turtletop? Do not trouble to answer unless you like it."

Marvin Olasky | September 06, 2007

Sometimes we find guts in strange places, and cowardice where there should be strength.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 06, 2007

I hope you followed the news with the utmost care last week. A stupendous story peeked into the media, grew to adulthood in no time and vanished.

Wed, Sep 05, 2007

Ann Coulter | September 05, 2007

If you've just returned from your Labor Day vacation and are scanning the headlines from last week's newspapers -- don't panic! America is not threatened by a category 5 hurricane named "Larry Craig."

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | September 05, 2007

After signing a 10-year, $130-million contract with the Atlanta Falcons less than three years ago, Michael Vick appeared to have it all – and maybe he did – but only for a moment. In the last few days, he has plummeted from role model and hero to despised dog abuser.

Amanda Carpenter | September 05, 2007

Fred Thompson’s forthcoming announcement that he will seek the Republican nomination for President will push pollsters and conservative kingmakers to increase their scrutiny of the former Tennessee senator.<

Michael Gerson | September 05, 2007

What are we to make of Mother Teresa's letters, collected in a new volume called " Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light," which reveal decades of spiritual depression, loneliness and doubt? Should this console us or disturb us?

Tony Blankley | September 05, 2007

Yesterday, I read Bob Novak's column titled "Republican Melancholy," which correctly caught the current depressed mood in GOP circles. President Bush's position on illegal immigration has deeply alienated much of the loyal rank and file Republicans across the country.

Rich Galen | September 05, 2007

The President’s visit to Iraq was a success in that he went to al-Anbar Province which, in the dark days of 2003 and 2004 when I was running things over there, was a place out of which one wanted to stay.

John McCaslin | September 05, 2007

So how do America's top experts on the war on terror and U.S. national security really feel about progress being made against terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden and his growing ilk?

Michelle Malkin | September 05, 2007

Here's a peculiar thing about the holier-than-thou Campaign Finance Reform crowd. Whenever the stench of dirty money starts wafting from Democrat Party coffers, the clean election lobbyists are nowhere to be found. They'll raise hell and hackles over American corporate donors. But when it's shady foreign operators infusing cash into our electoral system, you'll only hear one sound: the deafening swell of crickets chirping.

John Stossel | September 05, 2007

"Don't bother debating with John Stossel and the libertarians. They are worst than Republicans." That's a comment from, Joe Romm's blog about global warming.

Walter E. Williams | September 05, 2007

Economic theory does not operate in a vacuum. Institutions, such as the property rights structure, determine how the theory manifests itself.

Brent Bozell | September 05, 2007

It was not exactly a plum assignment for a Republican to go on network television to discuss the alleged foot-tapping ways of the soon-to-be former GOP senator from Idaho.

Jonah Goldberg | September 05, 2007

Last week, according to LexisNexis, there were more than 2,000 newspaper and wire stories on Hurricane Katrina, along with blanket coverage on cable news.

Mike Adams | September 05, 2007

On October 25, 2004, the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT) held a site visit for the purpose of reaccrediting the Purdue University Calumet (PUC) Master’s in Family Therapy Program. The AAMFT officials held a group meeting to discuss student concerns, but Mr. Ford remained silent at this meeting. He was afraid of inviting more retaliation if he spoke.

David Limbaugh | September 05, 2007

Craig resigned under pressure from the left -- which ought to be defending him -- and his GOP colleagues.

Ben Shapiro | September 05, 2007

The world will watch and do nothing while Iran creates a nuclear arsenal, Ahmadinejad bragged.

Terry Jeffrey | September 05, 2007

One of the more startling scenes in Novak's book has nothing to do with politics or politicians.

Kathleen Parker | September 05, 2007

Cartoon lunacy has returned once again with the usual menu of outrage, effigy-burning, hurt feelings and apologies.

Michael Medved | September 05, 2007

The ignominious fall of Senator Larry Craig casts new light on the importance of the nation’s "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy banning open homosexuals from military service.

Jacob Sullum | September 05, 2007

According to a recent report from the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, 19,047 hectares of poppies were eradicated in Afghanistan this year, 24 percent more than in 2006. Meanwhile, the number of opium-free provinces more than doubled, from six to 13.

Tue, Sep 04, 2007

Cal Thomas | September 04, 2007

Oh for the good old days when Jimmy Carter lusted only in his heart. Now deviancy's downward spiral has reached the level where a United States senator pleads guilty to cruising an airport men's room in search of an anonymous "quickie" and is forced to resign.

Rich Lowry | September 04, 2007

There is an easy way for a Republican senator to burst from semiobscurity to the front pages -- offer a compromise plan on Iraq.

Jerry Bowyer | September 04, 2007

Many analysts scoured this week’s Federal Reserve minutes looking for clues as to what the central bank is going to do. Raise rates? Not raise rates? I scoured them, too, in search of a reason why the fed funds rate hasn’t already been lifted — like the stock, bond, and commodities markets have been telling the Fed to do.

John Cox | September 04, 2007

There is no shortage of candidates running to be our next President – so why am I doing what I am doing? In short, it is because conservative Republicans have for too long been taken for granted and worse, taken for fools by our elected leaders. We have had too many say they were conservative when they wanted our votes; only to watch them almost turn into liberals once they were elected.

Mitch McConnell | September 04, 2007

None of us is so naïve as to think that the life of an elected politician doesn’t involve politics. But we also know that making laws often demands leaving the politics aside.

William F. Buckley | September 04, 2007

The news of the incident in the men's room at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport needs to be absorbed layer by layer. It can already be referred to as the infamous meeting between Sen. Larry Craig of Idaho and the police officer.<

Carol Platt Liebau | September 04, 2007

It’s never good when Republicans become recognized as much for their sex scandals as for their family values. That’s why Republicans made it very clear last week that Senator Larry Craig had no choice but to resign his Senate seat, why Senator David Vitter offered up a humiliating public mea culpa, and Representative Mark Foley left Congress.

Caroline Glick | September 04, 2007

One by one the warriors ascended the stage Sunday evening to receive their commendations for battlefield valor and heroism during the war with Hizbullah last summer. Showing no emotion, they stood stiffly at attention before IDF Chief of General Staff Lt. Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi as an announcer recounted how each one in turn eschewed his own safety and voluntarily walked, flew or rode into enemy kill zones to save wounded comrades and defeat the enemy.

John McCaslin | September 04, 2007

Jews for Obama, a blog for Jewish supporters of Illinois Sen. Barack Obama for president in 2008, asks readers to show their support in style with red, white and blue "Obama-kahs" skullcaps, or yarmulkes.

John Boehner | September 04, 2007

President Reagan famously joked that the federal government's view of the economy can be summed-up like this: "If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it."

Mike Adams | September 04, 2007

The faculty also indicated that they would not write letters of recommendation for any student who did not approve of "same-sex marriage" or same-sex parenting.

Thomas Sowell | September 04, 2007

During the first 30 years of my life, I had no health insurance. Neither did a lot of other people, back in those days.

Dennis Prager | September 04, 2007

Decent people have sought to identify the roots of evil since the first indecent person inflicted cruelty on an innocent person. And people have come up with one or more of nine explanations, most of which are indeed valid.

Pat Buchanan | September 04, 2007

Those who hoped that -- with the victory of the antiwar party in 2006, the departure of Rumsfeld and the neocons from the Pentagon, the rise of Condi and the eclipse of Cheney -- America was headed out of Iraq got a rude awakening. They are about to get another.

Bill Murchison | September 04, 2007

Public men and women of hard-won, well-understood substance aren't in oversupply right now, and the question is why? Why so many Kerrys and Doles and Dukakises, not to mention Trent Lotts, Harry Reids, Chuck Schumers, Chuck Hagels and Barbara Boxers? Why, Lord?

Bill Steigerwald | September 04, 2007

Another Labor Day is upon us/has come and gone. But are we still celebrating a blue-collar, industrial work force that barely exists anymore? Lots of people think so, but not city guru Joel Kotkin.

Dinesh D'Souza | September 04, 2007

In Christopher Hitchens’ wickedly iconoclastic book The Missionary Position, Mother Teresa is portrayed as a self-satisfied dogmatist who never entertained any doubts.

Mon, Sep 03, 2007

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | September 03, 2007

We need to give Vick, Paris Hilton and others a chance to change their lives. Although we use the expression "a leopard cannot change its spots," people can and do change.

Jonathan Garthwaite | September 03, 2007

Here's what readers were talking about during the week that was -- August 26-September 1, 2007

Frank Pastore | September 03, 2007

I’m talking about the two discoveries that came out in August that should force all those “man evolved from apes” evolution charts in schoolbooks to be redrawn.

Ken Connor | September 03, 2007

Multiple deployments, extended tours, flagging enlistment and retention rates—all are signs of a military that is over-extended.

Thomas Sowell | September 03, 2007

Random thoughts on the passing scene:

Michael Barone | September 03, 2007

He who frames the issue tends to determine the outcome of the vote. That's a basic rule of political consultants that applies to elections and to the legislative process, as well.

Suzanne Fields | September 03, 2007

Jamestown is not Disneyland, but a brief visit to this early settlement in America can inspire the young (and the old) and makes a wonderful transition from vacation to school.

Paul Greenberg | September 03, 2007

On this Labor Day, a great deal will be said in the usual press releases, but none of it will be more eloquent than work done well.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 03, 2007

The three-nation summit at Montebello, Quebec, was held behind closed doors, well guarded behind an intimidating fence and plenty of police, but the news conference that followed on Aug. 21 revealed more than the three heads of state had planned.

Donald Lambro | September 03, 2007

Labor Day is a time to reflect on the economic well-being of the American worker, an issue on which our nation is deeply divided -- between those who say we've never had it so good and those who complain that things have never been worse.

Armstrong Williams | September 03, 2007

As the support for Senator Larry Craig (R–Idaho) continues to erode after his arrest in a Minneapolis airport, I wonder how we as Americans, who entrust these elected officials to set an example of virtues and honor for the country and the world, should respond. We all want forgiveness when we've done something wrong, but seem so set on denying it when others err.

Robert Novak | September 03, 2007

As measured by offices held, Republicans have been in much worse shape during my half-century of reporting in Washington. Their party was a mere remnant after the Democratic landslides of 1958, 1964 and 1974. But never before have I seen morale within the party so low.

Salena Zito | September 03, 2007

As 2008’s presidential racers hit the traditional Labor Day starting line, John Weaver no longer works for the man he helped to make into a contender.

Burt Prelutsky | September 03, 2007

Recently, a friend wondered if John Edwards might not be the biggest hypocrite in our nation’s political history. I was taken aback.

Doug Wilson | September 03, 2007

If you're like most Americans you probably don't spend much time thinking about Voice of America (VOA), our country's international broadcasting arm.

George Will | September 03, 2007

On a bluff above the sand and a half a mile from the ocean's edge at low tide, which was the condition when the first allied soldiers left their landing craft, a round circle of concrete five feet in diameter provides a collar for a hole in the ground.

Sun, Sep 02, 2007

Robert Bluey | September 02, 2007

Topping the Democrats’ to-do list when they return to Washington this week is reauthorization of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).

Austin Hill | September 02, 2007

Is it just me? Or has some recent news about domestic animals and their unfortunate relationships with human beings been really, really weird?

Doug Giles | September 02, 2007

I have a question for the homosexual community: is this a normal gay thing…the…uh…toilet sex?

Salena Zito | September 02, 2007

Labor Day is here and the political hunting season is in full swing. Never mind that this traditional Labor Day kick-off to the presidential election is 14 months, not two months, before the main event.

Paul Jacob | September 02, 2007

People want what's best for them. Politicians and teachers choose for their children. And union members demand the right not to be fired. Ever.