Edison's inefficient, wasteful bulb

by Letter of the Week -- The contemporary incandescent light bulb is basically the same as Thomas Edison's primitive 1880s version: a thin wire element heated white hot that produces heat, heat and more more…

Fluorescent nightmares

by Letter of the Week -- About a month ago while shopping at the grocery store, my 2-year-old daughter had a strange neurological reaction as she stood near the freezers in the frozen food more…

Confessions of a black conservative

by Letter of the Week -- A urine smell permeated the stairwell. In the darkness, due to smashed light bulbs, the sound of broken wine bottles underfoot echoed off the concrete walls. I was more…

A politician's faith is fair game

by Letter of the Week -- In response to Rebecca Hagelin's column "Religion and public office: The Romney test," partial truth is a dangerous thing. Yes, she's right that there is no religious test more…

Reagan Democrat draws line in the sand

by Letter of the Week -- In life I believe one needs to draw a line in the sand, saying this far and no further. If one engages in the regular practice of moving more…

In prayer for a real leader

by Letter of the Week -- My wife and I sit alone in our apartment in Cairo, Egypt. We live here because we can afford to; we live here by choice. Watching our country more…

Hispanic American blasts illegal immigration

by Letter of the Week -- Fellow Americans: As a 60 year-old Hispanic woman from Colorado, I call upon each of you to take our national leaders to task for their incompetence and unwillingness more…

Wiccan high priest rips WND

by Letter of the Week -- First off, I am not a subscriber to Whistleblower magazine. I read, with extreme interest, the article in brief on WND entitled "WITCHCRAFT IN AMERICA," and I should more…

Teaching truth on the sly

by Letter of the Week -- I must admit to being surprised. I have never been offended by or disagreed with Walter E. Williams' commentaries before, but this week's column is unbelievable. Basically, he more…

Our boys: Drugged into submission

by Letter of the Week -- Editor's note: This week's Letter of the Week was sent to Managing Editor David Kupelian in response to his column "Why so many Americans today are 'mentally ill.'"Twenty-five more…