Open letter to the GOP

by Jon Dougherty -- To the Leadership of the Republican Party: There is a timeless saying that goes, "If you stand for nothing, you'll fall for anything." Perhaps at no other time more…

Work or die

by Bill O'Reilly -- The Timothy McVeigh execution circus was much more interesting for what it revealed about America than it was for actually putting the killer in the ground. The public more…

Think silver

by Doug Casey -- It's been a long time since I've looked at the silver market here. That's not to say I haven't been looking at it, but it's been a totally more…

Bush meets Putin

by J.R. Nyquist -- On Saturday President George W. Bush will meet President Vladimir Putin in Slovenia. It will be their first significant encounter. America's new leader will "look into the eyes" more…

Contraception and collectivism

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Here is a freeze-frame in the continuing march of American socialism, in all its brutality and parasitism. Jennifer Erickson is an employee of Bartell Drug Store in Seattle. more…

Christians as subversives

by Joseph Farah -- Chad and Terri Sigafus are committed Christian singers who specialize in making children's music – the kind of old-fashioned, innocent, wholesome kids' songs you can't buy at Tower more…

Turning off mind's McVeigh switch

by Craige McMillan -- As America closes the chapter on Timothy McVeigh with his execution, I wonder how history will judge the events forever linked to his name? The bombing of the more…

Why property is important

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine you have just purchased a two-bedroom condo in New York City. You saved for 10 years to buy it. It is conveniently located, has a beautiful view more…

ACLU on godless quest

by Don Feder -- The American Civil Liberties Union is on a mission – but not from God. Its goal: to obliterate evidence of America's religious heritage. Last week, the ACLU filed more…

Howling for Ginsberg

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Very moving, watching a librarian read Allen Ginsberg's poem "To Aunt Rose" out loud at a memorial for the late poet (1926-1997) and break into tears. Though the more…