No more land for government!

by Henry Lamb -- Government is getting too grabby. No one questions the authority of government to "take" land for a legitimate public purpose, provided, of course, that no "private property shall more…

'Evelyn': Just in time for Christmas

by Cynthia Grenier -- Here at last we have a movie for the Christmas season that is genuinely a family film, a heartwarming work with a strong sense of morality and justice. more…

When Christmas becomes illegal

by Jerry Falwell -- Merry Christmas everyone! Oops, did I say Christmas? I meant to wish you Happy Holidays or a Cheerful Winter Season. Christmas, you see, contains that dirty little word more…

Sen. Lott, image is important

by Star Parker -- Why hasn't a chorus of national conservative leaders asked Sen. Trent Lott to step aside as majority leader? The point is not to punish Sen. Lott, or figure more…

Victim of democracy

by Kyle Williams -- Ah, the smell of politics is in the air this Christmas season. Indeed, the now-infamous Sen. Trent Lott doesn't appear to be having a very merry Christmas, and more…

10-foot-tall Iraqis

by Gordon Prather -- For the moment, the warhawks' invasion plans have been stalled by Saddam's acceptance of U.N. Security Council Resolution 1441. The warhawks never expected that Saddam would allow the more…

'The Last Jihad'

by David Limbaugh -- I assume that many of you fellow right-wing conspirators have heard about Joel Rosenberg's gripping page-turner "The Last Jihad" by now, but have you bought or read it? more…

What stinks about Washington

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- He was an ancient among the boys of the Greatest Generation. Thirty-nine years old, a sitting judge at the time of Pearl Harbor, he resigned from the bench more…

Who is Issam Fares?

by Joseph Farah -- Have you ever wondered why government officials take certain actions in spite of common sense, U.S. interests, even their own stated policy positions? For instance, I have wondered more…

Heroes amidst the scandal

by Ellen Ratner -- This week, 58 Boston-area Catholic priests did more to emulate the moral courage of the early church fathers (and mothers) than anything the American Catholic bishops have done more…