Age issues

by Cynthia Grenier -- How ever do you like that? The editors of Vogue and Esquire were thinking deep and heavy when both came up with the great – and identical – more…

Can't we just all get along?

by Richard Grenier -- Here we go again. Summer is still upon us, and Hollywood keeps slinging one costly number after another into our local multiplexes. This weekend brings us something of more…

The missing: Presumed guilty!

by Gary Aldrich -- Chandra Levy remains "missing" after 12 weeks. The Washington, D. C., police chief gave a press conference recently to admit that, after weeks of a delayed-start investigation, his more…

Dubya pitches a shutout

by Gordon Prather -- The globalists and their enablers – the media elite – are in shock. Dumbfounded. Since taking office a short six months ago, that amiable simpleton George W. Bush more…

Destruction in Jerusalem

by Yaffah daCosta -- This weekend, observant Jews (and many biblical Christians, acting in solidarity with Israel) will mourn the historic and tragic consequences of "anti-Semitism" that have occurred on this date. more…

Another leftist double standard

by Jerry Falwell -- You remember Dan Rather, don't you? You know, the impartial CBS News anchorman who recently spoke at a fundraiser for the Democrat Party of Texas … the guy more…

Kyoto: Revival of the Undead

by Henry Lamb -- The recent negotiations in Bonn, Germany, have breathed a semblance of life into the monstrosity still-born in Kyoto, Japan, in 1997. Fortunately, President Bush understands the dangers inherent more…

Reaping what we sow

by Alan Keyes -- The tragic circus of our national "deliberation" about the use of human embryos for medical research goes on. It is difficult to pick the true low point, but more…

Dancing with Delilah

by Chuck Baldwin -- A report by Agape Press recently said, "A study published by an affiliate of Planned Parenthood says almost a quarter-million abortions are performed each year in the U.S. more…

Social Insecurity

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Oddly enough, the debate over Social Security is not – as it should be – about how to fix it. Rather, it is about something that should be more…