America's strategic suicide

by Vox Day -- We're fighting a war on terror because the enemy attacked us first and hit us hard. Scarcely 50 miles from this place, we saw thousands of our fellow more…

Outsourcing our military responsibilities

by Ellen Ratner -- My cousin, a "hawk" and previous supporter of the war in Iraq, returned from being an embedded correspondent a year ago. This war, he said, is a "contractors" more…

Remember and honor their sacrifice

by Barbara Simpson -- Today is Memorial Day. Do you have any idea what that means? For starters, think about two young men whose bodies were officially identified May 23, after being more…

My brother who 'gave all' in Vietnam

by Chuck Norris -- I'll never forget the day I heard my younger brother, Wieland, was killed in Vietnam. It was a day like no other. No family should have to feel more…

ABCs of treason

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine an American reporter tipping off the enemy of an imminent offensive during World War II. Imagine a U.S. news company jeopardizing the secrecy of an impending operation more…

'Bad' bill actually divine?

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Carrying Dad's 3 torches

by -NO AUTHOR- -- My father, Jerry Falwell, was buried on Tuesday. Since that time, I have come to realize anew what an incredible team of people Dad placed around him. I more…

Memorial Day: Hijacked

by -NO AUTHOR- -- To the long list of liberal non sequiturs, such as "Pro-Child, Pro-Choice," we can mark this Memorial Day weekend by adding "Support the Troops: Bring Them Home." That's more…

Tactics of the enemy

by Greg Laurie -- Greg Laurie is the author of 12 inspirational books, which are available online.Talk about having it made in the shade! When God created Adam and Eve, He placed more…

The divorce industry's legal child abuse

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Thirteen years after the events described herein occurred, the people have changed; new sufferers and torment have ensued, but the institution remains the same: one of many that more…