Close encounters of the Byrd kind

by Doug Powers -- Are there aliens walking among us? I believe that events in the past year more than prove this, but some scientists aren't yet on board with the notion. more…

Talk is cheap

by Ellen Ratner -- I would be "one happy camper" if the president's words and actions were more closely associated with one another. As he said in the opening remarks of his more…

Liberal talk radio: Don't believe the hype

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Rarely has more attention been devoted to a broadcasting-related topic than to the latest attempt at making liberal talk radio work. But how is it really faring? Where more…

Next on ACLU agenda: Polygamy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Students at Yale University got an earful Tuesday when ACLU President Nadine Strossen outlined her agenda for the coming year at a school-sponsored master's tea. While harping on more…

Why is Rolling Stone scared of the Bible?

by Jerry Falwell -- The editors at Rolling Stone magazine have determined that an ad promoting a new Bible for "spiritually intrigued 18-34 year olds" is too religious to appear in the more…

Truth vs. love in the church

by Kyle Williams -- The New York Times reported this week on the unusual enthusiasm of American evangelicals in their support of this week's presidential inauguration. With the trend of Christian elements more…

Green activists'
deceptive 'science'

by Henry Lamb -- Green activists have given "environmentalism" a bad name. Tsunami waters had barely receded before Tony Juniper, spokesman for Friends of the Earth, told the press that the tragedy more…

Pro-aborts' desperate ploy

by Kelly Hollowell -- Unless you've spent the last several years stranded on a deserted island, you probably know of at least some of the medical miracles provided by stem-cell research. What more…

Who's next on Bush's hit list?

by Gordon Prather -- According to the Washington Post, on the eve of President Bush's second inaugural, he believed his re-election constituted a "ratification" of his "approach toward Iraq." Far from being more…

U.S. homeschoolers beat Oxford debaters

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Four homeschooled students at Patrick Henry College went to Oxford University in December to take part in a debate with some of Oxford's best student debaters, and two more…