No suckers tour

by Barbara Simpson -- So sue me! I'm old fashioned. I still believe words have meanings and, when misused, they create the wrong impression. In this day and age, when we quibble more…

Criminal justice out of joint

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I receive several requests a week from defendants who suddenly find themselves forced to defend their lives, their right to use medical cannabis and even the Bill of more…

Fickle, but fashionable

by Cynthia Grenier -- The answer to the question, "Do women have any idea what they really want?" has got to be: No, not really – no way. Women's magazines, of course, more…

The Curse of the Jade Scorpion

by Richard Grenier -- "The Curse of the Jade Scorpion" written by, directed and starring Woody Allen is a joy, a delight, a hoot. It may just be one of his funniest more…

Is this leadership?

by Chuck Baldwin -- It was only a few months ago when virtually every conservative Christian leader in the country was quick to condemn embryonic stem-cell research. However, that seems like ancient more…

A broken promise

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Psychologist Alan Berman was one of three consultants hired by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr to help him convince the public that Vincent Foster committed suicide. Berman wrote a more…

Let the sunshine in!

by Ralph Reiland -- With parents now physically attacking and threatening an estimated 150 umpires and referees each year, syndicated columnist Georgie Anne Geyer reports that 15 state legislatures have passed laws more…

Immoral complicity

by Alan Keyes -- The president's statement on embryo stem-cell research, and the decision to fund the exploitation of the tiny bodies of human beings already destroyed, are deep disappointments to me more…

FBI misled in Energy investigation?

by Gordon Prather -- You remember Wen Ho Lee, don't you? The Taiwanese-born Los Alamos weaponeer who had his clearance lifted in December of 1998 – and was fired by DOE Secretary more…

In praise of courageous students

by Jerry Falwell -- The Equal Access Act was passed in the Senate (88 to 11) and the House (337 to 77), becoming law in August 1984 as a result of efforts more…