Obama deemed 'clear, present danger'

by Kathy Shaidle -- Michael Savage Animal lover and pet owner Michael Savage can't believe that all the Democrats want to talk about is how Mitt Romney allegedly treated a family dog more…

Medieval Christianity gets pop-art facelift

by Marisa Martin -- [caption id="attachment_176181" align="alignright" width="200" caption=""St. Patrick," by Mitsui"][/caption] Daniel Mitsui is artist of the contradictory: Creative orthodoxy, fiery, artistic conservatism and guarded zeal flood his work. His beautifully more…

Meet the men who dreamed of Israel

by Jim Fletcher -- His descriptions of playing on the white-hot sand dunes of pre-state Tel Aviv are mesmerizing. To have seen the still-forming Jewish state in 1920, a short generation after more…

Michael Savage, Aaron Klein score big

by Kathy Shaidle -- Rush Limbaugh Something bizarre happened to Rush on his way to work this week. The host was driving to the studio when he says he started getting bizarre more…

Armenia to Auschwitz: Artists still remember

by Marisa Martin -- George Santayana and David Ben-Gurion shared a common concern – can humans remember? Santayana's now clichéd concern with "those who cannot remember the past … " impelled Gurion more…

'Extraordinary, compelling, dramatic'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Dr. Ted Baehr with Tom Snyder "The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment" is a compelling documentary narrated by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn that shows the parallels between the fall of more…

Should Cameron Diaz really be swaying D.C.?

by Jim Fletcher -- Let's say it up front: The vapidness of many of those who practice their craft in Tinseltown is grotesque, tragic, annoying, malevolent, pathetic ... and fascinating! For too more…

Google founder scared for Internet's future

by Andrea Shea King -- Google co-founder Sergey Brin is warning that there are "very powerful forces that have lined up against the open Internet on all sides and around the world. I more…

'I didn't see no 'tissue'; I just saw a child'

by Drew Zahn -- "Christian" movies are often rightfully criticized for focusing more on the message than the art of moviemaking, more concerned about pressing a point than telling a good story. more…