Why secularization?

by P. Andrew Sandlin -- (T)he process of secularization arises not from the loss of faith but from the loss of social interest in the world of faith. It begins the moment men more…

Homosexual Clubs: The Rest of the Story

by Jerry Falwell -- This week, I am relinquishing my column to Linda Harvey, president of the Columbus, Ohio-based Mission America. I recently read this important story and immediately determined that this more…

Latest White House scandal provides lessons

by Jon Dougherty -- The past few weeks have been exciting for opponents of the Clinton administration because new evidence suggests that administration officials hid loads of e-mail related to a number more…

When teachers become psychotherapists

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Most parents of public school children are unaware that teachers all across America are now practicing psychotherapy in the classroom without a license. Not only do they not more…

Should we break up Microsoft?

by John N. Doggett -- The Clinton Justice Department wants to break up Microsoft. They believe that Microsoft's actions have harmed consumers by preventing us from having full access to Netscape's Internet browser. more…

Taiwan report held

by Inside the Ring -- The Pentagon recently conducted an assessment of Taiwan's air defenses and graded as poor the island's ability to defend itself against Chinese aircraft and missiles. A defense source more…

Bush: On going for the gold

by David Limbaugh -- Concerning presidential politics, can we all agree that conventional wisdom is not as reliable as it used to be? Can we concede that so many rules have been more…

Dubya's Jell-O jig

by Ron Strom -- It's beginning already -- George W. Bush's fearless foray into the "mushy middle." It is a move the politicos of the day say is required, yet it is more…

Tripping through Colombia

by Bill Steigerwald -- We all know what damage the War on (some) Drugs has done to America. Well, actually, most of us don't really seem to know -- or don't care more…

The power of knowledge and truth

by Joseph Farah -- "A popular government without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever more…