Seizing power, part 2

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In my last commentary, I connected the dots between The Third Way and Loretta Lynch, Commissioner of the California Public Utilities Commission, which orchestrated the state energy crisis. more…

Keeping faith

by Alan Keyes -- Recently, the Washington Post had a very interesting article claiming that the personnel decisions President Bush is making add up to "the most conservative administration in modern times, more…

Exhuming dead pharaohs

by Gordon Prather -- As President Bush addresses the current energy crisis, he would be well advised to continually ask himself "What would President Carter have done in this situation?" The reason more…

In God we trust

by Jerry Falwell -- With God, all things are possible. Americans who appreciate the history of America understand that phrases such as this give homage to the Judeo-Christian influence that influenced the more…

Hail to the chief!

by Henry Lamb -- Hooray! Finally we have a President who has the strength of character to do what needs to be done -- even in the face of emotional howls from more…

Going on a bad trip

by Bill Steigerwald -- It doesn't take much anymore to demonstrate the idiocy, waste and immorality of the government's 30-year war on (some) drugs. Just watching "Traffic" -- a much better than more…

Watch out for mad-gefilte disease

by Medicine Men -- A dire crisis looms and lurks across the land, oceans, rivers and seas for Passover and Easter. The gefilte fish are not biting this year -- at least more…

Race-based preferences harm society

by David Limbaugh -- Let me make a bold statement: Our society is not going to make any progress toward improving racial relations until we encourage the idea of racial colorblindness. Seriously, more…

Sun shines on unique real estate deal

by Bob Howard -- Alfred DuPont, considered the "bad-boy" of the famous DuPont family, was exiled to Florida during the late 1800's, where he soon started to accumulate large amounts of raw-land. more…