Get Congress out of the church!

by Letter of the Week -- The church needs to keep watch over the church! I have been reading about various ministries that have fallen under investigation. Congress has stepped in to police charges more…

The religious right is alive and well

by Letter of the Week -- Far be it from a hardened liberal such as Bill Press (see his WorldNetDaily column "The death of the religious right") to recognize the strengths and accomplishments of more…

The danger of the Bill of Rights

by Letter of the Week -- I am going prove to you that the right to bear arms is an individual right ... AND a collective right: Federalist Paper No. 84, by Alexander Hamilton, more…

The stories of patriots

by Letter of the Week -- As someone who was raised in a military family, I understood service to country. I followed in my father's footsteps. I have married a wonderful man, who also more…

Homosexual Pagan takes on Christians

by Letter of the Week -- I am a Pagan. I am a homosexual. For those that are easily offended, I strongly suggest that you stop reading now. I am tired of reading articles more…

Today's 'conservatives' no longer are

by Letter of the Week -- Many "conservatives" support George W. Bush even though under his presidency our government has expanded more in power, in number and in cost than any time since FDR. more…

Beware continental unions

by Letter of the Week -- Today was my first encounter with WND. The reporting seems excellent, but, of course, many of the topics covered are disturbing. When I read about the plan to more…

Where the religious right is wrong

by Letter of the Week -- As I read the news that Dobson and Company decided to back a third-party candidate if the GOP nominated a pro-abortion candidate, I asked myself why. I wondered more…

An atheist defends Christian values

by Letter of the Week -- After reading the article about the Whistleblower issue on atheism, I felt inclined to write to tell you that not all atheists are "anti-theists." I am an atheist more…

The tough love solution for basket-case Africa

by Letter of the Week -- When the modern history of Africa is written, economic historians will be asking several uncomfortable questions. Why, over almost 50 years, did the "Aid Industry" never learn from more…