Left in the dust:

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Now that I've become a somewhat famous political person, a lot of folks are wondering where all the sensationalistic criticisms of me are coming from. The answer is more…

Jane Fonda, me and the Lord

by Joseph Farah -- And you, that were sometime alienated and enemies in (your) mind by wicked works, yet now hath he reconciled. --Colossians 1:21 I met Jane Fonda when I was more…

God is not a Republican

by Chuck Baldwin -- Something is amiss in our land today. While boasting history's greatest economy, America's family structure is disintegrating. While many proclaim America to be experiencing a great spiritual renewal, more…

Freedom road in South Florida

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The northbound Auto Train from Florida was four hours late, so we found ourselves on the back lawn of a serious biker bar in Sanford listening to a more…

Lots of answers to your searches

by Judy Lowe -- The Search Continues. Last week's mention of Search Engines Galore for specialized searches brought quite a bit of response from readers. Several wanted to say that they get more…

Imperialism fails again

by Jon Dougherty -- When will Americans learn that imperialism -- whether practiced by us or by some other country -- never succeeds, except, perhaps, to alienate entire countries from future U.S.-led more…

The patriot and the deserter

by J.R. Nyquist -- Lord Chesterfield once wrote that he would rather be in the company of a dead man than an absent one. The reason, he said, is that while a more…

Incrementalism on steroids

by Geoff Metcalf -- The federal government (and especially this current administration) appears at times to be conducting a jihad against the privacy rights of the people they are supposed to represent. more…

Humanism and public education

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Back in 1849, when the organized Protestants of Massachusetts debated whether or not to support the public school movement, which was then being strongly promoted by the Unitarians, more…