Fateful time for America

by Alan Keyes -- These are discouraging times to be a moral conservative and the temptation to turn away from politics is real and apparently growing stronger. Moral conservatives seem to be more…

New barbarians

by Alan Keyes -- Increasingly, I wonder if there are any outrages that would be sufficiently ominous in their effects upon liberty and unequivocal in their moral perversity to awaken the American more…

That yearly act of civic servility

by Alan Keyes -- The aftermath of another tax day, that yearly act of civic servility, is a good time to review again the benefits of the national sales tax proposal that more…

Marriage: A precious institution

by Alan Keyes -- Last week, I discussed the movement to establish homosexual "domestic partnerships" as a legal equivalent to heterosexual marriage. I concluded that the proposal was so irresponsible and dangerous more…

Proposing madness

by Alan Keyes -- The recent dispute in Vermont over the issue of homosexual marriage was just the latest flare-up in an ongoing national struggle -- the result of which will fundamentally more…

Global warming hot air

by Alan Keyes -- Global warming is a complicated question. Is it our responsibility as citizens to form an opinion on it, or should we just leave it to the experts? On more…

Declaration home and abroad

by Alan Keyes -- Last week I contrasted the dangerous internationalism of the United Nations and the World Trade Organization with what I called the authentic internationalism of the American Founding. This more…

U.N.'s shaky foundation

by Alan Keyes -- Republican Party elites who have worked so hard to nominate George W. Bush tend to be uncomfortable with the conservative agenda of defending American sovereignty. Is this charge more…

Liberty and justice for some

by Alan Keyes -- Why can't Americans afford to overlook the evident decay in the standards of public integrity that the Clinton years have represented? The dangerous truth is that America will more…

Standing for the Constitution

by Alan Keyes -- Ed. note: Alan Keyes has been writing for WorldNetDaily since before he announced his run for the presidency. We are proud to have him as our regular columnist, more…