Ford has a bad idea

by Chuck Baldwin -- The New York Daily News recently quoted former president Gerald Ford as advising Republican presidential nominee G.W. Bush to "pick a running mate who favors abortion rights." According more…

Be prepared for PC attacks

by Geoff Metcalf -- WorldNetDaily's Jon Dougherty's piece about the Providence Rhode Island United Way's disingenuous, PC-inspired blackmail really has me angry. "The Providence, R.I., chapter of the United Way has decided more…

Crisis in the Middle East

by J.R. Nyquist -- "Aesop's Fables," which originated in the sixth century B.C., say that the Greek god Hermes traveled the world with a cart full of wickedness and deceit, distributing a more…

Looking for food, culture, friends?

by Judy Lowe -- This week we're using the Web to find people, maybe win big bucks by playing along with a TV game show, look at the history of roller coasters more…

History? Forget about it!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON -- The philosopher George Santayana said, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." But rest assured, Santayana's warning in no way applies to more…

Einstein's special goggles

by Gordon Prather -- Most of you probably saw the Hollywood epic, "The Final Countdown." It's been on late night TV. The USS Nimitz gets time-warped. When Skipper Kirk Douglas asks the more…

Vikings on the move

by Richard Grenier -- As the world waits to see if peace will ever come to the eastern Mediterranean, the Norsemen (or Vikings) are celebrating the thousand-year peace of Northern Europe. It more…

Something for the boys

by Cynthia Grenier -- Mel, George Clooney, forget it, guys. The voice of the people has spoken. That is to say the voice of teen-age boys spoke out loud and clear for more…

Boy Scouts slammed by ideology police

by Jon Dougherty -- Earlier this week a Rhode Island chapter of the United Way issued a statement aimed at the Boy Scouts of America chapters in that state threatening the youth more…

Party of politics or principle?

by Alan Keyes -- Republicans preparing to gather in Philadelphia next week for the party's national convention have electoral success very much on their mind. The theme seems to be that political more…