Prostituting science

by Vox Day -- From politicians to philosophy majors, everyone is feeling the need to defend reason these days. It seems that the 200-year failure of the Enlightenment to replace Christianity is more…

Ted Kennedy's final plunge?

by Doug Powers -- Remember all the pomp and circumstance surrounding the Democrat takeover of both the House and Senate? The excitement was palpable. In the House, Nancy Pelosi's face was lifted more…

Cost of Iraq war is much too high

by Ellen Ratner -- As I write this column, the cost of the Iraq War is about $439 billion. By the time we reach the five year mark, we will have spent more…

A nation of lazy, dull bores

by Ted Byfield -- The Conference Board of Canada, a non-governmental, non-partisan, nonprofit think tank with a habit of stating unvarnished and often unflattering truths about Canada, came out this month with more…

Racism on the high court

by -NO AUTHOR- -- When I am in California, I enjoy visiting Chinatown, that part of San Francisco dominated by Chinese shops, foods and language. The food is fresh, you can barter more…

When teachers lie

by Pat Boone -- Is there anything more hallowed, more valued in any society or culture, than the sacred responsibility of teaching? Is any responsibility more important to our thriving than the more…

Condemning divisiveness by being divisive

by Joseph Farah -- You've got to hand it to Barack Obama. He used his presidential campaign speech to a church to call for separation of church and state and then divided more…

Too much democracy?

by Henry Lamb -- Is it possible? Is it really possible to have too much democracy? Isn't democracy what the war in Iraq is about? Isn't democracy what all previous wars were more…

Heaven can't wait

by Greg Laurie -- This life is filled with things to worry about, and we could easily spend every waking hour of our day worrying. Some of us do just that. But more…