The spoiled generation

by Chuck Baldwin -- A Time Magazine and CNN poll recently found that 80 percent of 1,015 adults surveyed believed children today are more spoiled than children of 10 or 15 years more…

Beware feds bearing gifts!

by Alan Keyes -- The dispute over whether to release water from Klamath Lake for use on farms in the region, or to reserve it for the sake of several species of more…

Whatever happened to Johnny Appleseed?

by Gordon Prather -- Now might be a good time to write your congressman, supporting President Bush's courageous rejection of the U.N.'s Kyoto Protocols. Congress is already under siege by legions of more…

On staying 'morally straight'

by Jerry Falwell -- Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court found that the Boy Scouts of America – as a private organization that recruits like-minded members – can determine their own employee more…

CNN now has two black eyes

by -NO AUTHOR- -- CNN is determined to alienate a lot of people who were prepared to praise it for being the first major television news organization to allow its viewers to more…

The Economist pushes for drug legalization

by Bill Steigerwald -- Any $50-a-day crackhead can tell you why politicians of both major parties so blindly support America's war on (some) drugs. What is more perplexing/ discouraging/ frightening is why more…

I don't want my MTV

by Debbie Schlussel -- Twenty years ago, MTV was born with video broadcast of the Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star." Whether or not video killed radio, MTV's version certainly put American more…

Unaccountable Congress

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – In response to my tirade last week, "Unaccountable government," several readers e-mailed with some worthy suggestions. "Thank you for beginning the process of getting people to more…

Words don't hide homosexuality

by Jon Dougherty -- One of Massachusetts' largest Boy Scouts councils was trying to be too clever by half when it adopted a so-called "don't ask, don't tell" policy last month regarding more…

3 yards and a cloud of dust

by Bob Howard -- In football, Woody Hayes was well known as an advocate of the ground game that was called "three yards and a cloud of dust," and old Woody was more…