Rethinking Romans 13

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In recent years, Christians have interpreted Romans 13 as a command for unlimited submission to government by God. Many proponents of this belief have sat passively by, in more…

Terrorism in Tokyo

by Richard Grenier -- Six years ago, Japan was shaken by two sudden shocks: the Kobe earthquake and the poison-gas attack on the Tokyo subway -- two of the most disturbing tragedies more…

Flushing out the moles

by Gordon Prather -- Well, the Bush-Cheney Administration has got a mole infestation, all right, but not of Chinese moles that allegedly burrowed into our nuke labs several decades ago. No, siree. more…

Thanking God

by Jerry Falwell -- The state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is challenging the traditional prayer offered before meals at the Lexington-based Virginia Military Institute, after two cadets complained about more…

Moving backwards in sunny Los Angeles

by Cynthia Grenier -- "Memento" is a deceptively innocent title for a very singular new film, not really structured like any other film in recent memory. But who knows? "Memento," Latin for more…

Fighting with love

by David Kupelian -- Having spent a good part of the last month researching the "tax-honesty movement," I can tell you that without a doubt, there are some of the most sincere, more…

Single payer is not so simple or smart

by Medicine Men -- Let's start with three facts. First, patients are unhappy and growing unhappier with the nation's medical care system. People want changes. Second, there are plenty of proposals out more…

Building a successful portfolio

by Bob Howard -- When you buy stocks, what are you trying to accomplish? Sure, we are all trying to make money but after that, it often gets blurry. The first thing more…

Bush passes first test

by David Limbaugh -- President Bush's handling of the standoff with China reveals that he is going to approach foreign policy with the strategic interests of the United States as his foremost more…

AIDSing and abetting

by Bill Steigerwald -- Even the most sacred of media cows gets slaughtered eventually. Take the once-hallowed Rev. Jesse Jackson, for example. For decades his good cause -- fighting for racial justice more…