Our trade deficit

by Walter Williams -- I buy more from my grocer than he buys from me, and I bet it's the same with you and your grocer. That means we have a trade more…

What states' rights?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Bataillon this month stripped the right of self-determination from the people of Nebraska. With a bang of his gavel, he decreed that Nebraska's more…

Advertising: No longer an artform?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Marilyn Barnewall Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business issues. To visit us, click here. Advertising used to be an art form. more…

Newsweek's flag in the trash

by Joseph Farah -- It seems Newsweek's Quran-in-the-toilet scandal may become something of a metaphor for the magazine itself. It turns out the bogus story of the Quran in the toilet may more…

Pushing a formula for getting poor

by Star Parker -- The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times featured stories over the last week about class and mobility in the United States. Despite drawing on largely different more…

Their only hope for victory

by Mychal Massie -- Despite yesterday's filibuster compromise, I am outraged but not surprised by the recent spate of blatant lies and ad hominem attacks on two brilliant jurists, Priscilla Owen and more…

Bush's dangerous White House guest

by Les Kinsolving -- On Thursday, May 26, President Bush is scheduled to meet in the Oval Office with the president of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas. Their 10:40 a.m. meeting is more…

Proactive judicial activism

by David Limbaugh -- In my daily perusal of the news, I caught two items that illustrate, quite clearly, how liberals view the role of the judiciary, thus revealing, in stark terms, more…