U.N. influence in U.S. schools

by Henry Lamb -- Since its beginning, the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organization has been trying to impose an international curriculum to prepare students for world government. More than 500 more…

Bush's space mission
to nowhere

by Les Kinsolving -- On the Washington Post's op-ed page last week was a headline that devastated all that hoopla about our landing on Mars: MISSION TO NOWHERE was the headline from more…

The new front-runner

by Joseph Farah -- One of the advantages to being nearly a half-century old is historical memory. I recall the first time I ever saw John Kerry, the first time I ever more…

Edwards' superficial optimism

by David Limbaugh -- No sooner than the media were heaping praise on Sen. John Edwards for the positive tone of his campaign, an Edwards campaign document surfaced revealing specific plans to more…

Baghdad Bob is back!

by Bill Press -- "We have defeated them. In fact, we have crushed them." Remember? So said Mohammed Saeed Al-Sahaf, Iraq's minister of information, as U.S. forces rolled unopposed toward Baghdad. And more…

Top editor should apologize or resign

by Bob Kohn -- When you see a New York Times poll, written by the Times, interpreted by the Times, and reported on the front page of the Times, check your wallet. more…

Union is strong, in safe hands

by Kevin McCullough -- I am a bit amazed. Days have passed since the president's 2004 State of the Union speech and Joe Wilson has yet to appear on a national news more…

The State of the Union and your wallet

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is the world's leading Christian business magazine. Each issue features practical advice on operating successfully in business while glorifying God.Critics and supporters of more…