'Man on a Ledge,' woman in underwear

by Drew Zahn -- I've been a big fan of actor Ed Harris since I first saw him in "The Abyss" in 1989, an affection cemented when he appeared in 2001's "A more…

Cathedral opens doors to art, but not to Jesus

by Marisa Martin -- Contemporary churches that constantly take the pulse of the times can't be accused of missing many trends. One of these is the current near-hysteria over the environment and more…

Tea party: 'Permanent force in America'?

by Jim Fletcher -- There was a time that we had at least the appearance of leadership in Congress. Today's candidates for office, and the congressional field itself, leaves a bit to more…

How much is each GOP candidate 'worth'?

by Andrea Shea King -- Hot Internet site: Intrade Intrade, one of the Internet's hottest sites during this political season, is akin to the New York Stock Exchange in that it gives a more…

'Servant heroes' take to the skies

by Drew Zahn -- The Tuskegee Airmen – the nickname given to the U.S. Air Force's 332nd Fighter Group (and the 447th Bombardment Group, though the latter never served in combat) – more…

Gingrich lights up AM airwaves

by Kathy Shaidle -- Rush Limbaugh Limbaugh was impressed by Newt Gingrich's performance during the South Carolina debate. Gingrich got a standing ovation, because, as Rush explained, he did something he'd never more…

China shudders at new enemy: 'Crazy Crab'

by Marisa Martin -- [caption id="attachment_103885" align="alignright" width="207" caption="Free Chen poster by "Crazy Crab""][/caption] Blind human rights lawyer Chen Guangcheng and his family are illegally detained and tortured for years in rural more…

I'm not a 'walking Death Star'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WORLDMAG) — Jack Abramoff's "Capitol Punishment" (WND Books, 2011) has as its subtitle The Hard Truth About Washington Corruption from America's Most Notorious Lobbyist. In it "the most more…

Guns, gold, and spirit of Jefferson rise again

by Jim Fletcher -- Until very recently, I was one of millions who blissfully rolled along, assuming that American government existed for the good of the people. I don't believe that anymore. more…