Poison pot

by Joel Miller -- Authorities in England announced last week that they would no longer bother chasing after smugglers and dealers of cannabis. Apparently, time, personnel and resources are better spent elsewhere more…

Condit, the media and justice

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – If there were any doubts that the media have the power – when they want to exercise it – to turn the rusty wheels of justice more…

Congressional roast

by Geoff Metcalf -- Rep. Gary Condit's political career is probably toast. He has now reportedly told police investigators that he did have a romantic relationship with Chandra Levy. Police, meanwhile, continue more…

I am woman, hear me whine

by Barbara Simpson -- Helen Reddy sang it in her hit song back in 1972 – "I am woman, hear me roar" – and with the heady force of the female liberation more…

Defending America

by J.R. Nyquist -- I sometimes feel foolish writing to defend this country. Why do I even bother? Last Thursday I quoted George Washington's Farewell Address, in which he asked his countrymen more…

Fateful 4 seconds

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: The following column by independent filmmaker Jack Cashill explores how the official explanation of the TWA Flight 800 disaster fell apart upon examination in his new more…

The worthless Nobel Prize

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Well, it's almost Peace Prize season once again. In the middle of October, the Nobel Committee will announce the recipient of the most prestigious award on the planet, more…

Carter's "Mother God" isn't listening

by Chuck Baldwin -- It was widely reported this week that former-President Jimmy Carter has launched a new coalition of Baptists, one that rejects a number of Southern Baptists' key scriptural positions, more…

Survival of the fittest?

by Alan Keyes -- Is the debate over evolution a political question? Surely it is, first of all, a scientific question. And yet, it is a sign of how far we have more…

Global warming and the media elite

by Gordon Prather -- The media elite can be divided into two categories. One category, perhaps the largest, comprises those who – although not eco-wackos themselves – accept uncritically, and publish widely, more…