Losing the Senate, reclaiming a party

by Alan Keyes -- What is the outlook for the Republican Party, and for moral conservatives in particular, in the wake of the defection of Sen. Jim Jeffords? Some commentators have suggested more…

Wishful thinking vs. realistic analysis

by Alan Keyes -- The intensifying violence in Israel over the past several weeks is a return to such an old story that we may be tempted to dismiss the entire situation more…

Reclaiming sex education

by Alan Keyes -- It seems that every week we hear new horror stories of explicit and even perverse sexual material and "instruction" being imposed on school children in the name of more…

The key to political happiness

by Alan Keyes -- I talk a lot about the Declaration of Independence, and what I call America’s "Declaration principles." When I do so, I am not just pushing rhetorical buttons. I more…

Should U.S. fund faith-based help programs?

by Alan Keyes -- The Bush Administration’s initiative to expand government funding of help programs conducted by religious organizations ran into heavy fire in Congress, recently, when John J. DiIulio, Jr., director more…

Free trade and the Constitution

by Alan Keyes -- At the summit of Western Hemisphere leaders in Canada, G.W. Bush enthusiastically promoted the idea of a free-trade area encompassing all the countries of the hemisphere. He did more…

Rescuing America's unborn children

by Alan Keyes -- The U.S. Congress this week passed -- and sent on to the Senate -- a bill to protect unborn children against violence suffered from assaults on the mother. more…

The Chinese gambit: Did Bush bungle?

by Alan Keyes -- Now that we have gotten past the first flush of emotions in the aftermath of the recent contretemps with China, we should be able to consider the episode more…

The fix is in?

by Alan Keyes -- Bush administration pressure on conservatives to accept the nomination of Massachusetts Governor Paul Cellucci to serve as our ambassador to Canada is a perfect example of the great more…