Why did Bush do it?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Sometimes, party loyalty asks too much," said JFK. In asking conservatives to support Harriet Miers, prior to full Judiciary Committee hearings, George W. Bush asks too much. Trust more…

Cronies, cronies everywhere

by Doug Powers -- The charge: Bush chose a Supreme Court nominee based, not on credentials and background, but rather someone who was a friend and longtime loyalist, in spite of there more…

No more excuses

by Ellen Ratner -- "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves ..." – "Julius Caesar," by William Shakespeare Here's my paraphrase of an old ethnic joke that more…

All that glitters is not gold

by Ted Baehr -- More and more movies are being aimed at the faith-based audience. Many of them claim to be by people of faith. And, many people in the church are more…

In housing we trust?

by Craig R. Smith -- From "irrational" to "unsustainable" Never before in history have house prices risen so fast, for so long, in so many countries. Property markets have been frothing from America, more…

Of liberal 'seekers' and Christ in the movies

by Ted Byfield -- Canada's liberal press has greeted Disney's coming movie version of C.S. Lewis' "Chronicles of Narnia" with a delicate note of caution. "Be alert for hidden Christian messages," warns more…

Doing the bidding
of Bush-Israel

by Gordon Prather -- The Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons begins by affirming "that all Parties to the Treaty are entitled to participate in the fullest possible exchange of scientific information more…

How Miers' law firm helped defraud investors

by Jerome R. Corsi -- In 2000, Locke Liddell & Sapp, the Texas legal firm of which Harriet Miers was then co-manager, paid out $22 million to settle out-of-court with investors, many of more…