Virtual 'sex' is out of hand

by Jon Dougherty -- On any given day, two-thirds of the junk e-mail I download is about sex, sex-related products or "advice" on how to spice up your sex life. Considering I more…

Child atrocities in the Church

by Judith Reisman -- Paul Likoudis' fastidious, fully indexed, "Amchurch Comes Out: The U.S. Bishops, Pedophile Scandals and the Homosexual Agenda," is written in pain and love by a deeply devoted Catholic more…

Overdue disclosure

by Henry Lamb -- Environmental organizations swarm around U.N. meetings like flies in a barnyard. By listening closely to the noise, words and phrases can be extracted from the buzzing: "transparency," "new more…

The 3-fold cord

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business problems. To visit us, click here.As the ongoing crisis in Colombia threatens to escalate to new more…

A good week for conservatives

by David Limbaugh -- Just when I think President Bush is about to cave to the opposition for the sake of furthering this "new tone," he comes through – in a big more…

Setting the record straight

by Ellen Ratner -- I want to be absolutely clear about one thing. When it comes to the great issues of war and peace, I get up in the morning and start more…

Playing the draft card

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…

All out war

by David Dolan -- Israelis began this week with a horrific reminder that they are still in the midst of a deadly war not of their choosing. Sunday's twin Palestinian suicide blasts more…

Excess baggage

by Jane Chastain -- This week, President George W. Bush announced details of his economic stimulus plan. Now, he is trying to sell it to America. According to the Tax Foundation, the more…

The world according to Patty

by Larry Elder -- After Trent Lott, R-Miss., made remarks widely perceived as stupid and racially insensitive, his career as Senate majority leader went supernova. Question: What happens now to Sen. Patty more…