Pulling kids out of government schools, part 2

by Elizabeth Farah -- Last week I stated that government cannot educate, so we shouldn't waste 12 years of our children's lives pursuing the impossible! Here are additional supports for the thesis more…

Engaging the debate!

by Elizabeth Farah -- Dear WND readers, I'm not sure how many letters total I received in response to my first and second columns, but I can tell you there were hundreds. more…

Pulling kids out of government schools, part 1

by Elizabeth Farah -- My last column concluded with this charge (in part): “All parents who are married and have no extraordinary circumstances to prevent them from doing so, should today remove more…

Let's debate

by Elizabeth Farah -- Dear WorldNetDaily reader, It has been some time since I wrote for WorldNetDaily. There are many reasons for my long absence – all of them related to time: more…

Good statism vs. bad

by Elizabeth Farah -- The press believes the principles at stake in the Elian Gonzales case are vital to the cause of liberty; it must report every detail to ensure the facts more…

And the winner is ...

by Elizabeth Farah -- HOLLYWOOD -- What happens when you cross the Hollywood movie industry with old-fashioned family values rooted in the Bible? You have an epiphany. As in the "Epiphany Prizes." more…

by Elizabeth Farah -- The mom, Julie Armas, an obstetrics nurse herself, said she and her husband Alex "wept for days" when they saw the picture. "I was in total awe. The more…

Gun control and statist clichés

by Elizabeth Farah -- A statist is someone who believes in statism. Statism is the ideology or belief that the state is sort of, kind of, well, God. The state or government more…

Why? I'll tell you why

by Elizabeth Farah -- Why? Why would two boys plan for a year the destruction of their high school and the massacre of their fellow classmates? How many Americans really want the more…

The presidency and the character of the people

by Elizabeth Farah -- "Let it simply be asked where is the security for property, for reputation, for life, if the sense of religious obligation desert the oaths, which are the instruments more…