Cool look at drug trade

by Richard Grenier -- You have never seen a narcotics thriller like this. "Traffic" is an overview of the contemporary drug scene, using a vast canvas and a spectacularly talented cast. Director more…

Decline of religious freedom in America

by Jerry Falwell -- According to the Florida-based Christian Law Association, approximately 165,000 Christians worldwide will die this year merely because of their faith in Jesus Christ. It is imperative that American more…

Lights out for environmentalists

by Gordon Prather -- The winter of 2000-2001 will long live in the nightmares of the greenies of the world. Not least because the 200-year-old Electoral College of our founding fathers rose more…

Ready for suspense and nostalgia?

by Cynthia Grenier -- January is the month when the days are still too short and the nights too long. More often than not you look for a book to nod off more…

Declaring life

by Alan Keyes -- The first week of the Bush administration contained two quite promising acts. First, President Bush's inaugural address came close to being an affirmation of the Declaration of Independence more…

'The Old Limey'

by David Limbaugh -- I want to take a brief respite from political commentary to tell you about a brand new novel. "The Old Limey" is H.W. (Harry) Crocker III’s first stab more…

Spring housecleaning with Bush

by Alan W. Bock -- President Bush (see, even someone who scoffs at the very institution of the presidency finds himself paying it a certain measure of typographic respect because of customs of more…

'No king but Jesus'

by Joseph Farah -- Have you noticed what critics of John Ashcroft cite as the core of their concerns about the attorney general nominee? It's a quote from him in which he more…

10 degrees of dumb

by Stuart Goldman -- I came up with the title for this column the other morning while standing in line at the DMV. To be completely honest with you, when the phrase more…

On and off the rack

by Bill Steigerwald -- Life in the magazine world is, to steal a Hobbesian phrase, famous for being nasty, brutal and usually short. Earlier this month, George, 5, succumbed to cold-hearted market more…