Pledge dismissal

by Alan Sears -- The U.S. Constitution emerged as the Pyrrhic winner this week when the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously dismissed the case attacking the words "under God" in the Pledge of more…

Let's rewrite one for The Gipper!

by Ann Coulter -- I read the New York Times last week and apparently a fellow named "Iran-Contra" died recently. But that's all I'll say about the people who have consistently been more…

Grief: The goldfish's tale

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- When he's hungry, which is almost always, Dennis the goldfish leaps and darts and spits pebbles, narrowly missing Gary the snail, in the plastic aquarium of my young-widow more…

Bad news for John Kerry

by Hugh Hewitt -- John Kerry built his presidential bid on the idea that Iraq was a quagmire leading to a Vietnam-like foreign-policy disaster and that the U.S. economy was mired in more…

Heading toward bondage

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Marilyn Barnewall Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business issues. To visit us, click here. In 1787, a Scottish history professor at more…

Our new ethical challenge

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Ian Hodge is a regular columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue of Business Reform features practical more…

R.I.P., R.W.R.

by Burt Prelutsky -- Editor's note: Get the book that made Joseph Farah laugh for 6 straight hours. Burt Prelutsky is America's favorite humorist -- the man who invented political incorrectness. "Conservatives more…

Goodbye L.A.

by Joseph Farah -- For many, many years, I considered Los Angeles home. Even after I left the area for other professional opportunities, when I visited Los Angeles, it still felt like more…

America's insane asylum for terrorists

by Michelle Malkin -- Do you know how the alleged "shopping-mall" bomber entered our country? He didn't cross the border illegally. He didn't sneak in on a ship. He came through the more…

Rating the presidents

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- With the passing of President Reagan, historians, scholars and journalists have again taken to rating our presidents. Invariably, greatness is ascribed to only three: Washington, Lincoln and FDR. more…