Barbary pirates still at it

by Richard Grenier -- Can it be by chance or a felicitous turn of fate that the first war vessel to set forth from American shores in quest of Osama bin Laden more…

Three cheers for a woman's magazine!

by Cynthia Grenier -- I know, I know. I haven't found much good to say about women's magazines of late. Indeed, I've been downright negative on the whole lot, frankly finding them more…

The heroes amongst us

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- At firehouses throughout New York City, men tough as nails – and probably not accustomed to hanging on to sentimentality – refuse to wipe the names of missing more…

Theology and thugs

by Ralph Reiland -- The smoke was still coming from the ruins of the World Trade Center when Jerry Falwell made a stop at Pat Robertson's "700 Club" to explain why American more…

The GREAT lie

by Yaffah daCosta -- It didn't take very long for this great lie to rear its ugly head again – and even though this is the weekend between the High Holy Days more…

Tying it all together

by Tom Ambrose -- With all that has happened in the last two weeks, many people are having to reassess their world paradigm. Within the Christian community, in particular, many have been more…

Retaliation is not a weekend task

by Henry Lamb -- An e-mail crossed my screen this week, asking me to sign a petition to President Bush urging him not to launch a war. The sender was not happy more…

Dogmatism: Peaceful vs. murderous

by P. Andrew Sandlin -- Behold my servant, whom I have chosen; my beloved, in whom my soul is well pleased: I will put my spirit upon him, and he shall shew judgment more…

Victory, not just retaliation

by Alan Keyes -- In reaction to the greatest massacre most Americans have ever seen, our first national priority has been to realize that we are at war. Now our leaders must more…

Rebuking patriotism

by Jerry Falwell -- I can think of only two positives that have emanated from last week's suicide attacks on our nation. First, many of our nation's citizens have fallen on their more…