Most trusted man in America?

by Joseph Farah -- He has been called "the most trusted man in America." That's right, I'm talking about Walter Cronkite -- the longtime CBS News anchor who virtually defined what television more…

Hitting All-Star sites

by Judy Lowe -- The Midsummer Classic. While tomorrow night's All-Star Game has now turned into a three- or four-day extravaganza, it's the game itself that's the focus for serious fans. The more…

A servant's servant

by David Limbaugh -- My first reaction was complete shock when I played back the messages on my answering machine last Saturday. My lifelong friend Peter Kinder had left a sobering message. more…

Gumbel, apologize for bumble

by Jerry Falwell -- Bryant Gumbel, host of CBS' "The Early Show," demonstrated his true political colors last week and it was an ugly sight. In what he thought was a private more…

Personnel is policy

by Alan Keyes -- The upcoming Republican Convention will provide the occasion for George W. Bush's first substantive act of national policy -- his choice of a running mate. Why do I more…

Besmirching Birch

by -NO AUTHOR- -- J.R. Nyquist's column of July 6th can only be termed a malicious and factually inaccurate slap at the John Birch Society. After claiming that at "the age of more…

Is it all over?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON -- The late James A. Farley, Mr. Fixit of the Democratic Party during the reign of Franklin D. Roosevelt, believed that Labor Day was not the start more…

Birch Society battles

by J.R. Nyquist -- Dear Mr. Eddlem, I should reply to you in greater detail. It's not right to leave you with the impression that I'm your enemy or out to defame more…