Teaching the truth

by Alan Keyes -- The burgeoning movement to restore to our school children an understanding of America's historic heritage, our founding documents and the principles that underlie our way of life, has more…

Justifying war

by Alan Keyes -- It is important for any people to understand the reasons for its wars, and the nature of its enemies. For Americans, the question of why we fight always more…

Passions fading

by Alan Keyes -- Pollsters and other readers of tea leaves are already claiming to detect the first signs of war weariness at home, and the press daily reports calls from abroad more…

Permanent principles of liberty

by Alan Keyes -- Our current national travails have provoked much talk of a new spirit of "trusting government." Certainly, it is important and desirable that the citizens of a nation at more…

Controlling our fear

by Alan Keyes -- The nature, scope and source of the anthrax assault on the United States may be much more evident by the time you read this. Already, it is clear more…

Might and right

by Alan Keyes -- Finding ourselves suddenly in a war that we must win, we are fortunate that we have the might to ensure that we will win. Might does not, cannot, more…

Fruit of our victory

by Alan Keyes -- As the days pass without dramatic events in the war on terrorism, it is natural that some of the political, ideological and other sources of disagreement and conflict more…

Reason, the strongest weapon

by Alan Keyes -- The war against terrorism is a war in defense of liberty. The defense of liberty has many aspects, of course. We should be careful not to let the more…

Victory, not just retaliation

by Alan Keyes -- In reaction to the greatest massacre most Americans have ever seen, our first national priority has been to realize that we are at war. Now our leaders must more…

Remember who we are

by Alan Keyes -- We have suffered a terrible blow. One so great, in fact, that it is right now difficult for us to appreciate its full magnitude and implications. Great symbols more…