Catholic-bashers and Pius' defenders

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Leave it to the New York Times. On the eve of Pentecost, the birthday of the church, this Catholic-baiting newspaper opened its op-ed page to a venomous anti-Catholic more…

Black community under siege in St. Petersburg?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Lately, since Hollywood has rediscovered the box-office potential of exploiting race, class, and ethnicity, we have ham-handed, homiletic movies like "Hotel Rwanda," "Crash" and, yes, even "Monster-in-Law." However more…

Newsweek's double standard

by Jack Cashill -- As all the world knows, Newsweek's ace reporters Michael Isikoff and John Barry rushed to print with an unsubstantiated story about the alleged desecration of the Quran by more…

'Newsweek dissembled, Muslims dismembered!'

by Ann Coulter -- When ace reporter Michael Isikoff had the scoop of the decade, a thoroughly sourced story about the president of the United States having an affair with an intern more…

Ideas for good, inexpensive advertising

by Dave Ramsey -- Ideas for good, inexpensive advertising? Dear Dave, I have just opened a home furnishings discount warehouse business. We sell knock-off products at low mark-up. They’re true wholesale top-quality more…

The Newsweek lesson for business

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is your exclusive source for real biblical answers to real business problems. www.businessreform.comThe admission by Newsweek that its report?accusing American interrogators of flushing more…

Buchanan's right ... and wrong

by Joseph Farah -- Columnist-commentator Pat Buchanan made some excellent points in last week's WND contribution – "Was World War II worth it?" But he seems to have come to the wrong more…

Welcome to my first column

by Jim Rutz -- Let's start off with the biggest unknown fact of our time: The world is rapidly becoming all-Christian. That's not theology or wishful thinking, just statistics. And the numbers more…

The democracy trap

by Joseph Farah -- I've been criticized for "splitting hairs" over semantics. For years, I have been cringing, shuddering, rebuking at the frequent use of the word "democracy" by U.S. policymakers – more…