Walking on thin ice

by Henry Lamb -- President Bush took a calculated risk when he went to the U.N. Security Council seeking support to end the threat of Saddam Hussein's use of weapons of mass more…

Nobel Prize for Dubya?

by Gordon Prather -- Nobel Prize for Dubya? International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors believe North Korea is dangerously close to having nukes, whereas Iraq no longer is. Nevertheless, the warhawks don't want more…

What any father would do

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Ronald Dixon has two children, two jobs and a desire to keep all of them. On the night of Dec. 14, 2002, he awoke to find a stranger more…

Mickey Mouse on death row

by -NO AUTHOR- -- *Editor's note: Ian Hodge is a regular columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue of Business Reform features practical more…

Myths of the 'pro-choice' crowd

by Thomas Jipping -- The 30th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision making abortion on demand national policy requires a hard look at several persistent abortion myths. Myth #1: No reproductive more…

Those antiwar protests

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

And the winners are …

by Ellen Ratner -- Oscars! Golden Globe Awards! We've officially entered the "best this" and "best that" season, during which Hollywood slaps itself on the back, casts votes for each other and more…

The thin green line

by Jon Dougherty -- SAN DIEGO – The "undocumented migrant" emerged slowly from the concrete water pipe he had just crawled through tugging at his britches and looking around intently, no doubt more…

Conquest via human flooding

by Doug Casey -- It occurs to me that there is something else I wanted to add about Mongolia, but failed to in my discussion last month. We discussed the reasons for more…