The 'black leadership's' trivial pursuits

by Larry Elder -- News item: "Civil rights leader" Jesse Jackson and attorney Johnnie Cochran attack the National Football League because "only" three blacks serve as head coaches in a 32-team league. more…

Radiological weapons

by Doug Casey -- I find it interesting that atomic, biological and chemical weapons – which have always been referred to as ABC weapons within the military – are now being called more…

Round 1 to Osama

by David Dolan -- While Israelis are busy preparing sealed rooms for a potential chemical or biological attack in the coming weeks, newspapers here are busy running commentaries on how the Middle more…

Spending ourselves rich

by -NO AUTHOR- -- 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 advice on more…

Muslim loyalties

by Craige McMillan -- If bin Laden's latest audiotape is indeed the precursor to another horrific terror attack on the United States, then American Muslims had best decide quickly to whom and more…

Extremism in defense of liberty

by Joseph Farah -- The first reviews of my new book, "Taking America Back," released earlier this week into bookstores across the country, are beginning to be published. Publishers Weekly had this more…

The box is open – Saddam's not in it!

by Jane Chastain -- For years, President William Jefferson Clinton told us that he had Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in a box. On Feb. 5, 2003, Secretary of State Colin Powell opened more…

Will the real Muslims stand up?

by Hal Lindsey -- Despite the massive efforts of the United States to remove Osama bin Laden and the al-Qaida organization, they are still very much with us. I don't mean to more…

No greater love …

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In the 17,000-odd days that I have so far lived, four stand out as most significant in my own experience. So as not to offend my lovely bride, more…

FAA aviation-aversion therapy

by Walter Williams -- Aversion therapy is sometimes used when there are associated behavior patterns that are pleasant but might be regarded by a third party as undesirable. For example, alcoholics love more…