Sarah Palin's knockout question

by Joseph Farah -- In case you didn't notice, there is a concerted war on serious biblical faith in our post-Christian society. And that's why, any day now, you can expect Sarah more…

Bad science versus beautiful babies

by Judith Reisman -- The outright loathing often displayed for Todd and Sarah Palin's refusal to abort Trig Palin and to welcome their surprise grandchild begins, in many ways in the 1950s. more…

Let me get this straight …

by Doug Powers -- There's an overwhelming amount of goings-on these days, so let's try and cover as many as possible. Let me get this straight … John McCain gets mocked because more…

See You at the Pole

by Jonathan Falwell -- In 1990, in Burleson, Texas, a group of high school kids met up at the flagpole at their school and joined hands and hearts in prayer. Nearly two more…

Worshipping my oatmeal

by Patrice Lewis -- All eyes were on Denver a few weeks ago as the DNC held its national convention. Among all the hoopla, there's one thing I found spellbinding: the Democrats' more…

Secretary Rice: Just say 'No!'

by Michael Evans -- The U.S. State Department is again charged with the daunting task of just saying "No" to a terrorist who wishes to exercise his right to freedom of speech more…

Real author of Barack book: Why it matters

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: This is the final installment of a three-part analysis of Barack Obama's "Dreams From My Father." Read Part 1, "Bill Ayers' motive for penning memoir." Read more…

Harvard's propaganda for Obama

by Ellis Washington -- Last week I did a review of Laurence Tribe, a professor of constitutional law at Harvard and his book, "The Invisible Constitution." Tribe's thesis is that the "real" more…

Change: The genuine article

by Greg Laurie -- "Change … change … change! It's time for a change!" We're hearing a lot about "change" in this season of national elections. But after we've heard all the more…

Our Congress – dysfunctional and corrupt

by Henry Lamb -- Congress was an ingenious, perhaps even inspired, compromise. It was conceived to be the place where elected representatives of the people could meet to discuss and debate ideas more…