The Samson Option

by Hal Lindsey -- Last week, WorldNetDaily reported a stunning admission from a Syrian official. He said that Syria had "learned from the Hezbollah experience last summer and we can have hundreds more…

Is U.S. going the way of Rome?

by Star Parker -- "Are We Rome?" asks a new book authored by an editor at Vanity Fair magazine. The subtitle is "The Fall of an Empire and the Fate of America." more…

The untouchable Richard Armitage

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- As everybody knows by now, it was Richard L. Armitage, former deputy secretary of state, who was the original source of Robert Novak's now-famous column of July 14, more…

Amnesty for all Chinese fish!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Aren't you sick of the bigots? Me, too. Chinese fish have a right to enter and remain in the U.S., and those who would stop them are racist more…

'De-Islamatization': Why it must be done

by Ellis Washington -- Is there not a cause? ~ David (c. 1040 B.C.) Until philosophers rule as kings or those who are now called kings and leading men genuinely and adequately more…

How not to become a Christian

by Greg Laurie -- What does it mean to be a Christian? How do you become one? I'm glad you asked. First, let's look at three ways you cannot become a child more…

'Kill the pope!'

by Joseph Farah -- The reaction to Pope Benedict's characterization of Protestants as not really belonging to the "true Church" set off a wave of global upheaval: Evangelicals burned the pope in more…

Fairness Doctrine danger zone

by Jonathan Falwell -- On June 29, Rep. Mike Pence, R-Ind., introduced the Broadcaster Freedom Act, a bill that would prevent the restoration of the Fairness Doctrine by the Federal Communications Commission. more…

Between 2 gods – you choose

by Pat Boone -- "Never discuss politics or religion." Right? If you want to avoid controversy, uncomfortable confrontation, or angry disagreement and argument, just don't even mention those two things. Of course. more…

Of border walls and immigrating dogs

by Ted Byfield -- The insistence of a Washington state couple that they have a right to build a four-foot concrete wall along 80 feet of the 1,270-mile-long U.S.-Canada boundary in the more…