Whose property is it, anyway?

by Joseph Farah -- JACKSONVILLE, Ore. -- When Jacksonville Presbyterian Church outgrew its 125-seat building a few years ago, it purchased a 10-acre site with the intent to build an 18,000-square-foot facility. more…

Notes from the underground

by Stuart Goldman -- Hulloooo down there! Hey … you … can you hear me? Yeah, you. I'm talkin' to you. Man, it's dark down here. No don't bother looking. Of course more…

Winning the Ashcroft skirmish

by John N. Doggett -- The battle to confirm John Ashcroft as our attorney general is over. We have won this skirmish, but the long war to take back the soul of America more…

U.S. News loses grip, sky falls on head

by Bill Steigerwald -- Chicken Little is not only alive, he's still hysterical and apparently editing U.S. News & World Report. How else can you explain this week's cover story, "Scary Weather: more…

W confounds the media

by David Limbaugh -- George Bush utterly confounded his detractors with a great first week in office. For reasons I will explain, he will probably continue to confound them. Many seem to more…

Sabotaging faith-based charities?

by Alan W. Bock -- I don't think Dubya is purposely trying to undermine churches and other religious groups, to subvert their independence and transcendental missions and make them mere wards of the more…

Barney Frank discovers the 10th Amendment

by Larry Elder -- Put up or shut up, Mr. Cheney. About same-sex marriages, that is. Liberal Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., issued this challenge to the vice president. When asked about same-sex more…

Politics or principle?

by Thomas Jipping -- The blood-letting is over for now. After the Senate votes today, John Ashcroft will no longer be the partisan political pi?ata of the moment but a distinguished attorney more…

The compassion racket

by Joseph Farah -- Is President Bush's creation of the White House Office of Faith-based and Community Initiative a step in the right direction? Bush believes, rightly, that churches, synagogues and community more…

Lights out for civilization?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The environmentalists and price controllers who shut out the lights in California have wrought untold amounts of economic wreckage. But at least California's woes serve to remind us more…