On Mel, O.J. and neighborhood prisons

by Burt Prelutsky -- By this time, I think most of us have had it up to here with Mel Gibson and Michael Richards. Still, I think a summing-up is in order. more…

The 50-year failure of conservatism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Democrats won Nov. 7 for two reasons Republicans would rather not talk about: education and media. Conservative pundits and pollsters imagined that because the Democratic Party didn't have more…

Belief in God 'delusional'?

by Les Kinsolving -- "Belief in God is not only a delusion, he argues, but a pernicious one," reports the New York Times Book Review's Page One review of Oxford professor Richard more…

Mutual funds are the key

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, My husband and I are in the process of paying off our debt. We also have a 3-year-old daughter who is severely handicapped. We'd like to more…

Ma Earth: The planned accident, part 2

by Jim Rutz -- Editor's note: This column is adapted from Rutz's latest book, "The Meaning of Life." Read Part 1 of Rutz's "Ma Earth: The planned accident." Continued from last week, more…

Warren defender: Change the subject

by Joseph Farah -- New Age leader Marianne Williamson has come to the aid of "The Purpose-Driven Life" author Rick Warren, under fire from me for statements he made during his recent more…

Not if you're white

by Mychal Massie -- The specter of the evil white man's continued oppression of blacks and Hispanics has raised its head at Boston University. The College Republicans, in an effort to show more…

A noble, necessary and winnable war

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The recent assassination of Pierre Gemayel, a leading pro-Western Christian politician in Lebanon, has all the earmarks of a Hezbollah-Iranian operation carried out with or without Syrian help. more…

Multiculturalism run amok

by Dennis Prager -- Keith Ellison, D-Minn., the first Muslim elected to the United States Congress, has announced that he will not take his oath of office on the Bible, but on more…

How to reunite the conservative base

by David Limbaugh -- It seems like everyone wants to be like Ronald Reagan these days – at least those with presidential aspirations. Gov. Mitt Romney says he's a Reagan Republican, and more…