Things that go bump in September, Part II

by J.R. Nyquist -- According to recent news reports, U.S. and European stocks of natural gas, crude oil and heating oil are not what they should be. And this is dangerous because more…

The Democrats and porn

by Joseph Farah -- I got a kick out of the Democratic National Committee's hissy-fit over co-chairwoman Loretta Sanchez's scheduled fund-raiser at the Playboy mansion. Sanchez ultimately gave in to pressure from more…

Banning the Bible

by Chuck Baldwin -- Is the Bible unsuitable for children? According to two Bavarian attorneys, the answer is yes. According to a Conservative News Service report, dated August 4, "A German government more…

Do what you gotta do

by Geoff Metcalf -- Stuff happens! Over a year ago California passed a particularly onerous, badly written, confusing, and draconian piece of legislative excrement intended to be an assault weapons enhancement. SB23, more…

Taking our nuclear medicine

by Gordon Prather -- You probably know by now that the U.S. nuke infrastructure is broken beyond repair. We couldn't make a new nuke from scratch, today, even if we wanted to. more…

Flashman at 3-score and 10

by Cynthia Grenier -- You must remember Harry Flashman -- That absolutely splendid creation of George Macdonald Fraser, the fellow who's appeared in 10 novels over the past 30 years, give or more…

A national rebirth needed

by Jerry Falwell -- As I compose this column, I realize there are some who might think it strange that I would -- in the midst of our unparalleled national prosperity -- more…

Donning Lincoln's mantle

by Alan Keyes -- In his speech to the Republican Convention, Gen. Colin Powell said that Gov. Bush wants the Republican Party to wear the mantle of Lincoln again. Restoring the mantle more…

World government: Who cares?

by Tom Ambrose -- Imagine yourself back in the struggling 13 colonies during the time when they were fighting against the tyranny of King George. Suppose that Thomas Jefferson, when asked how more…

Media tightens racial noose

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Call it "Jejune Journalism," reporting which, when you first hear it, is very alarming -- indeed, scary -- but, upon close examination, is actually meager, scanty, barren, unsatisfying more…