The Supreme Court and November

by John N. Doggett -- Partial birth abortion is OK according to this Supreme Court. Student-led school prayers are unconstitutional according to this Supreme Court. Elian's mother died in vain according to this more…

China-Libya hookup

by Inside the Ring -- A fresh Pentagon intelligence report exposes China's covert cooperation with Libya in developing long-range missiles. The latest evidence was contained in a top-secret report sent June 9 by more…

Newsweek busts Social Security myths

by Bill Steigerwald -- The return of Elian Gonzalez to the Museum of Communism Formerly Known as Cuba might give the Big Three news magazines something newsy to write about next week. more…

Partial-birth and total death

by David Limbaugh -- In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court invalidated a Nebraska statute that prohibited partial-birth abortions. In the process, it gravely diminished the sanctity of life and of the more…

Barney Frank, the moral washout

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Why do they do it? Why do the national TV networks continue to interview the openly homosexual Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., as if he is some kind of more…

Gore's shameless campaign

by Johnny Chung -- This week, I came home from my office to find my wife standing in the kitchen with a letter in her hand and a fierce look in her more…

Celebrating the Declaration

by Alan W. Bock -- Now I don't think the government should even be running schools, so I'm bound to have mixed feelings about a state senator seeking to require a little piece more…

The search for Jennings

by Joseph Farah -- "How that they told you there should be mockers in the last time, who should walk after their own ungodly lusts." -- Jude 1:18, KJV ABC News' Peter more…

Emerge's vanishing act

by -NO AUTHOR- -- For 10 somewhat controversial years, Emerge, a monthly newsmagazine, under the leadership of George Curry, fought the fight to preserve liberalism in the black community. It was liberalism more…

Celebrating civility

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- As we embark on the celebration of our country's first birthday in the new millennium, what would those gentlemen who risked their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred more…