Imported chocolate wars

by -NO AUTHOR- -- For many of us, including my lovely bride, chocolate is considered to be one of the basic food groups. So over the years I tried to learn her more…

Gephardt puts health care over tax cuts

by Bill Press -- Nine Democrats are running for president in 2004. Four of them supported the war in Iraq; the others did not. Otherwise, there was no way to tell them more…

Harmful to minors

by -NO AUTHOR- -- When I was a news editor at the Los Angeles Times during the '80s, I thought I had seen the outer limits of liberal moral meltdown. On issue more…

SPAM it all!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Russ McGuire is the online director of Business Reform Magazine. Each issue of Business Reform features practical advice on operating successfully in business while glorifying God. more…

The censorship conspiracy?

by David Limbaugh -- Call me paranoid, but I smell a growing move afoot among the declining liberal media oligopoly to push for government intervention to rescue them from their waning influence. more…

The looters liberals ignore

by Michelle Malkin -- Peter Jennings and the New York Times couldn't get enough of the looting stories out of Iraq. But they couldn't care less about a massive, systematic looting scheme more…

High court's freedom from religion

by Jon Dougherty -- The First Amendment to the Constitution says: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of more…

New milestones in Democrat hypocrisy

by Thomas Jipping -- Three judicial-confirmation milestones on April 28 prove that the process is completely broken. First, Senate Democrats launched another filibuster. This one, against appeals-court nominee Priscilla Owen, is because more…

More blood for oil

by Hal Lindsey -- Geopolitical alliances are shifting like the Iraqi sands in the wake of the war and the wealth of documentary evidence uncovered since. That evidence is fracturing old alliances, more…