A president for life

by Jerry Falwell -- President Bush recently reiterated that he would veto congressional legislation that advances taxpayer funding on new embryonic stem-cell research. This promise came after the House approved a bill more…

Bush on terrorism:
A tale of 2 speeches

by Les Kinsolving -- On May 27, President Bush became the 17th president since Ulysses S. Grant in 1869 to address the graduation of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis. In more…

Bolton's legacy

by Gordon Prather -- Even if Under-Secretary of State John Bolton isn't our next Ambassador to the United Nations, he already has a legacy. At the recently concluded Review Conference for the more…

Clinton's human-rights crime

by Joseph Farah -- This week the Canadian Red Cross issued a weak apology for killing more than 3,000 people with tainted blood. The organization was fined $4,000 for distributing the plasma more…

Four paychecks per household?

by Devvy Kidd -- On Feb. 4, 2005, while giving one of his Social Security speeches, Mr. Bush had an exchange with a woman named Mary Mornin, who explained she is a more…

Message of hope heard worldwide

by Jerome R. Corsi -- We began the Iran Freedom Walk on Monday, May 16, 2005, at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. Twelve days later, on Saturday, May 28, having walked some 200 more…

A true Republican litmus test

by Kevin McCullough -- As someone who has been registered as a Republican for the last several election cycles I sometimes weary of the wing of the party that seems to have more…

The GOP's big blink

by Jill Stanek -- November 2002 marked the first time in exactly 50 years that elections resulted in Republican control of all three branches of U.S. government – and 30 years after more…