What is an American patriot?

by Pat Boone -- My dictionary defines patriotism as "love of country and devotion to its welfare." A patriot is "one who loves his (or her) country and zealously supports its interests." more…

North Korea made easy

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's note: Since 1995, Anthony C. LoBaido has made 11 trips to the Korean peninsula. Working in Korea as a university teacher and TV actor helped LoBaido learn more…

Condi's never-ending strong-arming

by Gordon Prather -- One of the first things Condi Rice didn't do as secretary of state was to address the 2005 Review Conference of the Treaty on Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons. more…

Let Asia deal with Kim Jong-Il

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- That free fireworks display Kim Jong-Il put on for our benefit on July Fourth may prove to have been the best day George Bush has had since Zarqawi more…

Exposing the beast

by Joseph Farah -- Have you ever wondered how the Federal Reserve worked? Do you even know what the Fed is? How was it created? What is its purpose? Most Americans don't more…

Live and learn

by Joseph Farah -- During the Terri Schiavo debate, there were some cynics, including her estranged husband, who proclaimed the brain-injured woman had no chance to recover or even improve her condition. more…

'Pirates' – exciting but grotesque

by Ted Baehr -- "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" poses some important moral questions, commends some redemptive actions and presents some theological Christian content in a positive way, but is more…

The U.N.: Gunning for more power

by -NO AUTHOR- -- This week, Secretary General of the United Nations Kofi Annan presided over the latest U.N. conference attempting to denigrate legal civilian access to firearms. The conference has a more…

Not a real war

by Letter of the Week -- The current administration has engaged our most valuable of national treasures in a "war on terrorism" since 9-11 – our troops. Additionally, billions of our children's future tax more…

Armageddon looms large

by Hal Lindsey -- The "War to End All Wars" concluded with the 1919 signing of the Treaty of Versailles. One of its provisions was the establishment of an international "League of more…