Jews come to Farah's defense

by Tom Ambrose -- In response to a column titled "The Jews who hate me," written yesterday by WorldNetDaily columnist, CEO and Editor Joseph Farah, WND received an overwhelming outpouring of support more…

Go potty, go to jail

by Tom Ambrose -- After I called for a boycott of the airlines last month, I was inundated with hundreds of e-mails advising me that you readers were already doing exactly that. more…

Just say 'no' to air travel!

by Tom Ambrose -- I really used to enjoy flying. But not any longer. Why? Because young girls are being frisked and having to lower their pants in public by sleazy security more…

Tying it all together

by Tom Ambrose -- With all that has happened in the last two weeks, many people are having to reassess their world paradigm. Within the Christian community, in particular, many have been more…

Flatten them

by Tom Ambrose -- The charred body parts of Tuesday's victims aren't even buried and I've already begun to hear the pacifism of columnists and others: "Violence begets violence." "This should be more…

Raimondo's wrong

by Tom Ambrose -- With the exception of my column replying to Libertarian Harry Browne's attack on my plea for unity between the Libertarian and Constitution parties, I have never felt the more…

Leading sheep to slaughter

by Tom Ambrose -- You've just got to give them credit, folks ... our government representatives excel at pandering to the populace better than anyone else on the planet. The latest manifestation more…

Buy high, sell low

by Tom Ambrose -- Isn't government grand? In an age where federal and state governments run monumental deficits, legislators vote themselves bloated salaries, and citizens struggle to pay their bills while suffering more…

Hormone hostages

by Tom Ambrose -- Well, well, well. Big surprise: It now appears that Congressman Condit cannot keep his zipper shut and his pants up any better than Bill Clinton. You would think more…

Destroying our way of life

by Tom Ambrose -- Some of you may remember back to the San Francisco riots in the 1970s when the homosexual-rights movement found its voice after members of their community were beaten more…