What does START II signify?

by J.R. Nyquist -- On Friday the Russian State Duma ratified the START II treaty by a vote of 288-131. The treaty will now pass to Russia's upper house, the Federal Council, more…

America's Broken Contract

by Chuck Baldwin -- Many theologians believe one reason for America's unprecedented blessing is due to the original contract that our forefathers made with God. That original contract was dated November 11, more…

Free of Washington's fetters

by Jon Dougherty -- Whether the issue is about guns, abortion, taxes, education or crime, you can get a good idea how Washington will conduct its business with states and citizens after more…

Lamberth polishes tarnished city

by Larry Klayman -- For the first time in American history, the president of the United States has been found by a federal judge to have committed a crime. But, the president, more…

Drop 'smart,' get wise

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "I'm good enough, I'm smart enough and, doggone it, people like me!" That's the mantra of comedian Al Franken's character, "Stuart Smalley," on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," who more…

What does it take to make you mad?

by Jerry Falwell -- I was recently asked by a reporter, "What energizes you to do all the things you do?" Obviously, my love for God and my family is a catalyst more…

Proposing madness

by Alan Keyes -- The recent dispute in Vermont over the issue of homosexual marriage was just the latest flare-up in an ongoing national struggle -- the result of which will fundamentally more…

Jane's still mixed up

by Joseph Farah -- How's this for logic? Jane Fonda points out that Louisiana has the most restrictive laws in the United States with regard to abortion. Yet, she says, the state more…

Do demons really exist?

by Stuart Goldman -- This is a question that I've been asked hundreds of times. And my answer is without a doubt -- yes. Much of my recent study has focused on more…

The license to pry

by Alan W. Bock -- It shouldn't be difficult around this time of the year -- the IRS having made the Ides of April a more piquant source of dread than the Ides more…