Clean blue-plate special

by Judy Lowe -- Report cards. Your mom always told you that cleanliness was next to godliness, and health departments tend to agree. If you're heading to the Big Apple on vacation more…

The Bible as controversy

by Jerry Falwell -- This week, messengers of the Southern Baptist Convention, meeting in Orlando, Fla., cemented the denomination's commitment to biblical authority by approving several statements of faith -- most conspicuously, more…

So, we're all liars?

by Jon Dougherty -- WorldNetDaily.com is as legitimate a news service -- if not more so -- than any of the "big media companies." We've proven that time and again for three more…

Learning from Peter McWilliams

by Harry Browne -- Peter McWilliams, who died on June 14, was more than an author and activist for libertarian causes. He was a teacher from whom we can learn to be more…

Novels in the tank

by Cynthia Grenier -- Can it be the zeitgeist? Consider the recent careers of three -- really four if you count in Joseph Heller ("Catch 22") lost to a heart attack in more…

Mawkish spectacle

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Recently, like millions of other Americans without a rock-solid alibi, I posed for a few flashbulbs in the face and accompanied my brother to a basketball gym to more…

Einstein's quantum leap

by Gordon Prather -- If you were lucky enough to have had a Physics 101 professor with a droll sense of humor, you may have had Newton's First Law presented something like more…

A letter from Betsy

by Stuart Goldman -- This week's column is about a miracle. Nothing more, nothing less. Now, after I tell you the story, some of you may say, "Well, now when we talk more…

An open letter to Rep. Dan Burton

by Johnny Chung -- Editor's note: This is an open letter written by Johnny Chung to House Government Reform Committee Chairman Dan Burton who presided over Chung's testimony to Congress during the more…

Free speech takes a beating

by Alan W. Bock -- I expressed something resembling shock or chagrin last week that the U.S. Senate could so casually ignore the First Amendment and proceed as if placing limits on free more…