TWA Flight 800: The missing link

by Jack Cashill -- This past week, Team "First Strike" descended on the media mavens of Washington and New York to ask their help in breaking open the greatest untold story of more…

Subsidizing failure

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Ian Hodge is a regular columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue of Business Reform features practical more…

How would Jesus tax?

by Joel Miller -- Jesus is getting pulled out of the sky yet again to play mascot to a new liberal WWJD policy push. This time it's off to the South and more…

Your faith stops here

by Jerry Falwell -- When does one's Christianity stop? The obvious answer is never, since Christians – those who place their faith in Jesus Christ – are to apply that faith to more…

Subsidizing the corporate green giant

by Henry Lamb -- With the national radar focused on Iraq, North Korea and the U.N., much mischief-making is occurring in Congress. The CARE Act of 2003 (S-256), is a lengthy, complex more…

Focus on nukes

by Gordon Prather -- Our government focuses on overthrowing non-democratic regimes in the Middle East. The American people focus on not getting nuked in their jammies. Our government’s focus may make that more…

Hope in the young

by Kyle Williams -- Although it depends on what you've observed, the part of the world in which you've lived your life, and other personal things, many conservatives look at the future more…

Is war with Iraq just?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What does God think about war with Iraq? In a recent anti-war ad, Bishop Melvin G. Talbert intoned, "No nation under God has that right. It violates international more…

French kiss goodbye

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Marc Leavy,CFP? is a regular financial columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue features practical advice on more…

Saddam's defense

by Ellen Ratner -- In March 2003, American and British forces entered Iraq from the south through Kuwait, from the north through Turkey and the west from Jordan. Preceded by 72 hours more…