Subsidizing failure

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Ian Hodge is a regular columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue of Business Reform features practical more…

How would Jesus tax?

by Joel Miller -- Jesus is getting pulled out of the sky yet again to play mascot to a new liberal WWJD policy push. This time it's off to the South and more…

Your faith stops here

by Jerry Falwell -- When does one's Christianity stop? The obvious answer is never, since Christians – those who place their faith in Jesus Christ – are to apply that faith to more…

Subsidizing the corporate green giant

by Henry Lamb -- With the national radar focused on Iraq, North Korea and the U.N., much mischief-making is occurring in Congress. The CARE Act of 2003 (S-256), is a lengthy, complex more…

God, generals and Ted Turner

by Michael Medved -- Dear Ted Turner, At this advanced stage of your long and complicated career you have finally crossed the line – making a contribution to your country and its more…

The 1 weapon essential for victory

by Bob Just -- Editor's note: Current heightened concerns over another major terror attack on the American homeland make this 2003 column by Bob Just especially relevant. It reveals what a WMD more…

Guns at the big bench

by Jon Dougherty -- There may finally be an opportunity for the Supreme Court of the United States to rule on the nature of the Second Amendment. With any luck and no more…

Tolerance: A 2-way street

by David Limbaugh -- While watching "Hannity & Colmes" recently, I learned of a lawsuit involving the refusal of medical care on the basis of religious beliefs. No, the case doesn't involve more…

A deadly mix: Politics and theology

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What happens when you mix politics with religion? One answer is: something like what happened in Doha, Qatar, the other day when a group of Muslim theologians gathered more…

Rolling up the medical welcome mat

by Michelle Malkin -- No one can deny that the plight of Jesica Santillan, the sick teenager who mistakenly received organs at Duke University from a donor with a different blood type, more…