The aggressors in the culture wars

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "It became an emblematic moment. Patrick Buchanan standing before the Republican National Convention in August 1992, bluntly declaring that there was a 'religious war' and a 'cultural war' more…

It's about voting

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Indecent policy

by Ellen Ratner -- Once again, the government in this country is taking advantage of an isolated incident to radicalize policy, roll back civil liberties and stimulate their core constituencies. Janet Jackson's more…

13 reasons to vote for Bush

by Doug Powers -- Here are 13 things that play into the president's favor this November: 1. Pride in the United States Armed Forces About 228 years ago, a people who were more…

Watch out hens, the Fox is back!

by Barbara Simpson -- Look at the headlines! Sept. 11 widows outraged over Bush commercials. Democrats empowered by Kerry's wins. Defiance of the law spreads as homosexual marriages continue. Arguments about Iraq. more…

The Axis of Liberal

by Vox Day -- Democrats are masters of avoidance. Ever since Walter Mondale was massacred by Ronald Reagan, thanks to his foolish truthfulness in telling the nation exactly what he planned to more…

Rogue justice threatens U.S. 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 unbalanced application of our laws?even unjust application of our laws?in more…

Getting away with murder

by Kelly Hollowell -- At least for now, getting away with murder just depends on where you live. Scott Peterson was arrested by Modesto, Calif., police on charges that he murdered his more…

Treaty by stealth – again!

by Henry Lamb -- Shielded by the media glare of presidential politics and daily explosions in Iraq, two crucial issues are about to be decided by the U.S. Senate, without the knowledge more…

Religious discrimination gets high-court OK

by Jerry Falwell -- We are constantly advised by education officials that diversity is the key to 21st century schooling. But when it comes to religious Americans, diversity suddenly becomes a nebulous more…