Moving forward in faith

by Alan Keyes -- This week a California state appeals court unanimously ruled that California's constitutional ban on racial preferences in government hiring, contracting and education means what it says. Accordingly, in more…

I am not a Bush Republican!

by Alan Keyes -- Seven months into the Bush administration, it is time to ask some hard questions, and speak some hard truths. I have made a few specific comments, and even more…

Principles, prudence and policy

by Alan Keyes -- I want to step back this week from the particular controversies about issues like stem-cell research and affirmative action in order to discuss the larger framework of American more…

Immoral complicity

by Alan Keyes -- The president's statement on embryo stem-cell research, and the decision to fund the exploitation of the tiny bodies of human beings already destroyed, are deep disappointments to me more…

Created equal

by Alan Keyes -- I write before – and you are reading this after – public announcement of the Bush administration's formal position on a key affirmative-action case before the Supreme Court. more…

Beware feds bearing gifts!

by Alan Keyes -- The dispute over whether to release water from Klamath Lake for use on farms in the region, or to reserve it for the sake of several species of more…

Reaping what we sow

by Alan Keyes -- The tragic circus of our national "deliberation" about the use of human embryos for medical research goes on. It is difficult to pick the true low point, but more…

Stemming the tide of the New Slavery

by Alan Keyes -- Much attention is focused right now on President Bush's preoccupation with the question of what, if any, restrictions should be placed on the harvesting of medically-promising "stem cells" more…

Evolution and the family

by Alan Keyes -- Does the doctrine of evolution by natural selection – better named "random selection" – really constitute a fundamental denial of the moral fabric of human life? I'd like more…

Survival of the fittest?

by Alan Keyes -- Is the debate over evolution a political question? Surely it is, first of all, a scientific question. And yet, it is a sign of how far we have more…