Ashcroft: Victim of 'religious profiling'

by Jerry Falwell -- The Senate has now approved John Ashcroft as U.S. attorney general. However, the real story in the Ashcroft debate has been the bitter opposition that has taken place more…

Medicating ourselves to death?

by Medicine Men -- It's bad enough getting older without being medicated to death. All medicines, even the best, have side effects, and some are pretty nasty! The good or beneficial effects more…

Putting charity on the table

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- Dinner party etiquette dictates you never mix religion and politics. Yet President Bush's executive order this week creating a White House office to encourage community and more…

Taking Bush's plan on faith?

by Alan Keyes -- Last week, the Bush administration launched its policy of encouraging religious associations to enter into active partnership with the federal government, in order to meet what the president more…

Cutting taxes, spurring growth

by Ralph Reiland -- How things change! It seems like just yesterday that Fed chairman Alan Greenspan was worrying about "irrational exuberance" in an overheated economy, and Al Gore was running around more…

Attila, the scourge of television

by Richard Grenier -- It seems unfair in a way. Here, almost every child has heard of Attila. But except for mounting a formidable attack on the Western Roman Empire in the more…

'Where's that baby-killing clause?'

by Jon Dougherty -- If you have a moment, please read the 14th Amendment to the Constitution and try to figure out where it says women have a "constitutional right to kill more…

How Democrats treat their child molesters

by Debbie Schlussel -- We already know the Democrats' oft-rehearsed concern for female victims of sexual harassment is mere lip service. Throughout the Clinton administration, the nation was treated to a consistent more…

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…