Kuwait turns against U.S.?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Kuwait's Al-Qabas newspaper reported this week that the government of Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah has rejected a request from the militant Islamic organization Hamas to open an office more…

Testing Israeli, Palestinian leadership

by Yaffah daCosta -- Both Israelis and Palestinians have expressed reservations about the latest ceasefire agreement. One day after the agreement, in the June 13, Khaleej Times, it was "his cease-fire plan," more…

Losing the Senate, reclaiming a party

by Alan Keyes -- What is the outlook for the Republican Party, and for moral conservatives in particular, in the wake of the defection of Sen. Jim Jeffords? Some commentators have suggested more…

Time for a father and child reunion

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Mother's Day is the day of the year on which the most phone calls are made. Father's Day, is the day of the year on which the most more…

Pity poor female baby boomers

by Cynthia Grenier -- What to do with the hapless souls who happen to be baby boomers – female ones, that is – today? We won't even consider the lot of women more…

Plundering fatherhood

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Fatherhood is all the rage. President Bush unveils a $315 million plan "to promote responsible fatherhood." Sen. Evan Bayh, head of the Democratic Leadership Council, hosts a televised more…

No kicks from Lara Croft

by Richard Grenier -- Six years ago a pair of computer programmers – British brothers Adrian and Jeremy Heath-Smith – created a videogame featuring a busty, tough English aristocrat/archeologist: Lady Lara Croft, more…

Victory for school Bible clubs?

by Jerry Falwell -- On June 11, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down one of the most important religious freedom rulings in years, one that will enable students to freely proclaim the more…

More Clintonism in Mideast

by Joseph Farah -- In the 2000 presidential campaign, George W. Bush said his policies in the Middle East would be markedly different than those of his predecessor. The hallmark of the more…