Georgetown graduation insult

by Les Kinsolving -- "In many parts of the world the family is under siege" declared Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria, who is the Vatican's president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious more…

The reality of dirty nukes

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Following all of the news and commentaries these days about "dirty bombs" and government efforts to interdict smuggling of nuclear materials, one would begin to think that this more…

Passionate about portability

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Russ McGuire is the online director of Business Reform Magazine. Each issue of Business Reform features practical advice on operating successfully in business while glorifying God. more…

Sex and abstinence: Wait loss

by Rebecca Hagelin -- It's a scene that will forever be embedded in my brain: the demeanor of my 11-year-old daughter when I explained to her the secret of life. She wins more…

Regulatory absurdity!

by Neal Boortz -- May I be so bold as to propose another day of remembrance for Americans? It certainly wouldn't have the depth of meaning that comes with Memorial Day – more…

She came, she saw, she got crushed

by Vox Day -- Annika Sorenstam appears to be a decent individual. Her remarks before and after the tournament were appropriately humble and void of the usual girly trash-talk which the women more…

What freedom is all about

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- This spring, white students at Johnson County High in Wrightsville, Ga., continued a tradition they have followed since desegregation. They held a prom separate from the school prom more…

Salute to Sen. Byrd

by Ellen Ratner -- In politics, there is often a lot of empty preening about "speaking truth to power." It's an image that both the right and left would love to possess more…

Why a politician's like a painter

by Michael Ackley -- News item: San Francisco's Civil Service Commission voted May 19, 2003, to triple the annual salaries of city-county supervisors to $112,320. Back in the last century (actually, it more…