Paranoia, thuggery, and a 6-year-old boy

by J.R. Nyquist -- Specific events, regardless of their actual importance to history, sometimes capture the human imagination. In doing this, they become rallying points for masses of people. They become pivotal more…

Outraged

by Geoff Metcalf -- George Washington once observed, "Government is not reason: It is not eloquence, it is Force. ... like fire it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master." So, more…

Apathy means incumbency and more of the same

by Jon Dougherty -- If there is one thing that consistently strikes fear into the hearts of America's gaggle of professional politicians, it is the possibility that someday -- in most of more…

Jackbooted thugs

by Joseph Farah -- "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall more…

The Evidence of the Empty Tomb

by Jerry Falwell -- As we celebrate the glorious resurrection of Jesus Christ this Easter, it is important to note that He was more than just a great teacher. He proved that more…

Marriage: A precious institution

by Alan Keyes -- Last week, I discussed the movement to establish homosexual "domestic partnerships" as a legal equivalent to heterosexual marriage. I concluded that the proposal was so irresponsible and dangerous more…

Rules of engagement

by Richard Grenier -- I thought I'd never get over it. Here I'd just gotten out of the Navy, and in the armed services people were still dying for their country every more…

Too many agencies with nothing to do

by Jon Dougherty -- Oh great! Now my water heater is an environmental pollution device and needs new federal regulations to "strengthen" existing ones regulating the amount of pollution my water heater more…

Easter reality

by David Limbaugh -- One of the unfortunate myths of our popular culture is that Christianity is a superstition whose beliefs are incompatible with reason and will not stand up to scrutiny. more…

The Ulster con game

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In this season, when Irish Nationalists remember the events of 1916 and the famous Dublin Post Office siege, I have cause to remember that my Irish forefathers were more…