Taking humanity higher

by Alan Keyes -- What do the drug problem and the space program have in common? Here's a hint: the common element is something that policymakers must keep in mind when considering more…

Defending the Declaration

by Alan Keyes -- Last week I pointed out that Christians bear a special responsibility to labor in the field of American politics because of the providential connection between the Christian vocation more…

Preaching the Declaration

by Alan Keyes -- Do Christians have a vocation in American politics? A frequent answer recently has been that they do not, because politics is not a means to salvation, and anyway more…

Invisible man, invisible things

by Alan Keyes -- Last week I participated in a nationally televised forum from New Hampshire, along with Steve Forbes, Gary Bauer, Orrin Hatch, and John McCain. We took turns answering questions more…

Cowering in the bushes

by Alan Keyes -- What are the prospects for Republican victory in 2000? G. W. Bush's claim to be the Republican standard bearer is based primarily on his supposedly inevitable victory over more…

Arguing abortion

by Alan Keyes -- It is often said that defenders of the right to life harm their cause by passing an absolute moral judgment on their opponents, thus implying that defenders of more…

The false security of Social Security

by Alan Keyes -- I have argued frequently that the key to understanding the political challenge facing conservatives is that all of the various "issues" that dominate our politics are at root more…

Addressing health care

by Alan Keyes -- Vice President Gore and Sen. Bradley have begun their competition to promise the country that under a Gore or Bradley administration the federal government would take the next more…

The next Normandy

by Alan Keyes -- There has been much talk this past week of the real causes and meaning of American involvement in the Second World War. Pat Buchanan's suggestion that America should more…

Preaching to the choir

by Alan Keyes -- Pat Buchanan's public deliberations about staying in the Republican Party or switching to the Reform Party are contributing to a very dangerous distraction from the real job facing more…