'Gladiator' and the fall of Rome

by Richard Grenier -- I knew they couldn't stay away for long. Some decades back, some of the biggest moneymakers in Hollywood history were lifted straight (or almost) from the most glorious more…

Step in the right direction for Bush

by Jon Dougherty -- A friend of mine, whose name I can't divulge right now, called me the other day to chat for a few minutes. During the course of our conversation, more…

Christian roots run very deep

by Chuck Baldwin -- On May 5, Federal District Judge Jennifer Coffman ordered historical documents hanging on the walls of public buildings in Eastern Kentucky to be immediately taken down. The ruling more…

Defending our guns

by Geoff Metcalf -- Samuel Butler said, "The reasonable man adapts himself to the world, but the unreasonable man tries to adapt to the world to him -- therefore, all progress depends more…

Clinton: The ultimate narcissist

by J.R. Nyquist -- Alexander Lowen, M.D., asks a curious question in the last chapter of his book, "Narcissism: Denial of the True Self." He asks on "what grounds can we describe more…

Surfing at the Library of Congress

by Judy Lowe -- This week's Web browsing takes us from comic superheroes to Italian cuisine and from a spot for grandparents to a fun look at American history -- with a more…

The fate of UPI

by Joseph Farah -- United Press International was a great journalistic institution. For all practical purposes, it no longer exists. Once UPI was one of the largest and feistiest news organizations in more…

Let's hear it for social justice

by P. Andrew Sandlin -- Whether the issue is tax reform, apartheid, abortion or homosexual rights, whenever you hear the expression "social justice," you are almost certainly listening to a liberal. What does more…

Noosing world's power fetishists

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The ban-merchants are at it again. The Million-Mom March puts me in mind of a wonderful story from Edward Gibbon in his "Decline and Fall of the Roman more…

Procter & Gamble's fickle allegiance

by Jerry Falwell -- A few years ago, a rumor began circling the Internet. This rumor falsely accused the consumer products giant Procter & Gamble of utilizing a satanic symbol as its more…