Leadership through our moral crisis

by Alan Keyes -- During normal times in American history, the country has been able to flourish under political leaders who were merely adequate. At such times even the highest officials of more…

Key to forging urban renewal

by Alan Keyes -- Next week citizens across Iowa will begin the most visible part of the process by which the Republican Party chooses its presidential standard bearer. Some have suggested that more…

Working towards community renewal

by Alan Keyes -- Last week I pointed out that the chief threat to black Americans today is not racial hostility, but the decay of the tradition of moral integrity that is more…

Masters of the dream

by Alan Keyes -- Several weeks ago I caused something of a stir by suggesting that the reason the media consistently fail to report the true strength of public support that a more…

Educating the defenders of liberty

by Alan Keyes -- The Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is in jeopardy these days -- dangerously so. The purpose of the Second Amendment is to ensure that we more…

Trading liberty for 'free' trade

by Alan Keyes -- In the fall of 1994 the American people elected a Republican Congress by an overwhelming majority. Part of the message of that election was that the citizens of more…

Aborting self-respect

by Alan Keyes -- President Clinton this week signed a waiver lifting a restriction on U.S. funds for international family planning organizations that promote abortion. The waiver "allows us to pay our more…

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…