Market down but not out

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Marc Leavy,CFP? is a regular financial columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue features practical advice on more…

Is al-Qaida finished?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: By special, exclusive arrangement with Courcy's Intelligence Review, WorldNetDaily publishes excerpts of the latest reports of the world's most prestigious intelligence newsletter. There has been surprise more…

Celebrating the National Day of Prayer

by Jerry Falwell -- On Thursday, May 1, people across America will celebrate the National Day of Prayer. In this annual event, set aside by the U.S. Congress, Americans across the nation more…

Inscrutable Koreans?

by Gordon Prather -- The media elite assume that the North Koreans never mean what they say, even when they say it in English. So the media elite take it upon themselves more…

The real CAIR

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

Santorum diagnosed with Trent Lott Disease

by Bill Press -- While the rest of the world worries about getting SARS, Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum has come down with a different malady: a bad, perhaps fatal, case of hoof more…

D.C. fiddling while U.S. burns

by Jon Dougherty -- Legend has it that Emperor Nero Claudius Caesar fiddled while Rome burned in A.D. 64. In reality, that's not likely – the violin wasn't invented until the 1500s. more…

Candor in the abortion debate

by Thomas Jipping -- Moments of candor can be tricky little things. Many who regret words said during such moments do so not because those words weren't true (that's the "candor" part), more…

What a difference a war makes!

by Ellen Ratner -- What a difference a war makes! In the wake of the (mercifully) quick U.S. victory in Iraq, some of what's happened since has been completely predictable. For example, more…