Thoughts from the middle of nowhere

by Craige McMillan -- Cities matter. They are filled with people, inhabited by a million struggling egos, each seeking to expand in an already overcrowded atmosphere. Expansive egos with nowhere to go more…

A Chinese lesson in colorblindness

by Larry Elder -- How do you say "class" in Chinese? Yao Ming, the new 22-year-old National Basketball Association sensation, imported from mainland China, recently gave athletes, reporters and America a lesson more…

Revisiting the Six-Day War

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

Time for church to lead

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

Dems expose impotence on national security

by Hugh Hewitt -- C-Span is without question one of America's great achievements. It is of particular value to folks with extraordinary amounts of idle time on their hands. The aftermath of more…

Subcommittee's ethical guidelines a joke

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue features practical advice on operating successfully in business while glorifying God. more…

Will America be blackmailed?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is your exclusive source for real biblical answers to real business problems. www.businessreform.comThe U.S. Commerce Department reported that the November 2002 trade deficit more…

Nashville: Reject 'gay rights' law

by -NO AUTHOR- -- No part of the country is immune to the culture war against basic morality. Even the Nashville, Tenn., City Council is considering adding "sexual orientation" to its nondiscrimination more…

Third-world poverty myths

by Walter Williams -- A typical belief among the world's foreign aid agencies is there's a "vicious cycle of poverty" that makes economic development virtually impossible for the world's poor nations. This more…