Remember Afghanistan? Moscow does

by J.R. Nyquist -- Vladimir Zhirinovksy, the head of Russia's Liberal Democratic Party, made a curious comment in December 1993. He said, "If in Afghanistan we had used the tsar's flags instead more…

Amazing Grace!

by Joseph Farah -- Just another short note to let you all know that Grace Farah was indeed born Friday at 7:39 a.m. She's healthy, happy and adorable. Mother and daughter are, more…

Keep those forests burning

by Jane Chastain -- It was irresponsible of the U.S. House of Representatives to approve legislation to give the federal government three billion dollars more each year to put more land under more…

Hymn to a politically incorrect wife

by Chuck Baldwin -- Connie and I are celebrating our 27th wedding anniversary today. I can honestly say that outside of my personal faith in Christ my marriage to this wonderful woman more…

Protecting children from bad law

by Geoff Metcalf -- In the arena of global cyberspace California is often laughed at as being either another planet or a trendy micro-culture that is an oddity unique unto itself. The more…

Liberals: Mean, nasty hypocrites

by Jon Dougherty -- Everyone in America could be a liberal. I could be one and so could you were it not for having morals, honor, and dignity -- plus a healthy more…

Exploring the universe

by Gordon Prather -- You have probably seen, if you watch CSPAN, a gaggle of scientists testifying in support of some expensive pure research project for which some federal government agency (e.g. more…

Dealing with depression

by Jerry Falwell -- A question I am frequently asked is, "What is the difference between discouragement and depression?" My answer is, "Depression is perpetual discouragement." Everyone is occasionally discouraged. But, if more…

Drug war threatens U.S.

by Alan Keyes -- I am frequently asked whether laws against drugs send the wrong message about the importance of liberty and self-control. Why would someone think such a thing? Usually two more…

Questing in Montreal

by Richard Grenier -- Once again I've weathered Memorial Day. But still without remembering just what it is I'm supposed to remember. It's all hidden behind a haze induced by a French more…