Perverts

by Craige McMillan -- "Where there is no [prophetic] vision, the people cast off restraint." – Proverbs 29:18 You may remember them. They used to inhabit the fringes of society. Mostly middle-aged more…

The silence of the lambs

by Craige McMillan -- No matter where you go in America, some things remain the same. One is the acute injustice of the "education lobby." State budget woes have brought educrats out more…

Hating the truth

by Craige McMillan -- "The anarchist's coming is all Satan's work. All his power and signs and miracles are fake, evil sleight of hand that plays to the gallery of those who more…

The poverty lobby

by Craige McMillan -- There's good money in poverty. Yes, you read that right. As a taxpayer, you might have innocently assumed that government was dedicated to reducing the numbers of poor more…

Presidential cajones

by Craige McMillan -- Here's a simple question for the Republican Party: Do you want to survive beyond the November 2002 elections? Presidential cajones were once a delicate subject. Like so much more…

The wrath of God

by Craige McMillan -- "The human problem has no human solution. It was never meant to." – Dallas Willard, address at Seattle Pacific University in early 2000. A single lifetime offers such more…

'Bearly' begun

by Craige McMillan -- "According to the FBI's Uniform Crime Report published Monday, murder in the West was up 8 percent, car theft 12 percent, robbery 'sharply.' The differences were particularly noticeable more…

Flogging Daschle's 'Baby'

by Craige McMillan -- If the media trumpets one more turbo-spin Democrat blaming Republicans for America's lawless CEOs, I just may go postal – at least over the Internet. In a Monday more…

Givers and takers

by Craige McMillan -- "A bad tree cannot bear good fruit."– Jesus There is not now – nor will there ever be – enough money to satisfy government's wish list for America. more…

The truth about corporate lying

by Craige McMillan -- It's just one day's reporting, mind you, but even the Wall Street Journal is finding it hard to hold a charitable view of corporate America these days. Here's more…