Politics and pulpits

by Judge Roy Moore -- In one scene of "The Patriot," a Revolutionary War movie starring Mel Gibson, a minister known as Rev. Oliver leaves his church pulpit to join militia volunteers as more…

Georgia – on Moscow's mind

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- With the failure of the Orange Revolution, Ukraine is being drawn back into Moscow's orbit. Now, Georgia, another former republic of the old Soviet Union, is finding that more…

Finally understanding Colin Powell

by Joseph Farah -- What's the deal with Colin Powell? If I only had a dollar for every time I was asked that question publicly after my many speeches on the Middle more…

Falling off the 'child molester' platform

by Dennis Prager -- I do not live in Minnesota. Nor have I ever written a column about any congressional race. But what Patty Wetterling, Democratic congressional candidate in Minnesota's Sixth District, more…

'Iron Mike' and other hair-raising endorsements

by Les Kinsolving -- Concerning two of the most well-publicized endorsers of Michael Steele, Republican nominee for U.S. Senator from Maryland; Johns Hopkins University political science professor Matthew Arenson told the Washington more…

The tattoo ink is bleeding out

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I read WND's recent article on body modification with great interest. The article speaks about how the tattooed, pierced, and voluntarily scarred are now suing employers on discrimination more…

'Don't-get-bored-to-death' Christianity

by Jim Rutz -- In the old Spectator Christianity, you go to a large building once a week, sit down in a row, and keep your mouth shut except for the singing, more…

Ohio: Battleground for sexual extremists?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- LBGT – if Ted Strickland is elected governor, these are initials Ohioans are going to learn a lot more about. LBGT stands for ''Lesbian, Bi-Sexual, Gay, and Transgender.'' more…