Economic stupidity

by Walter Williams -- Imagine that you and I are in a rowboat. I commit the stupid act of shooting a hole in my end of the boat. Would it be intelligent more…

What was Newt thinking?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Last week's pre-emptive strike by ex-Speaker Newt Gingrich on the State Department and Colin Powell may appear purest madness. But there is method in Newt's madness. For in more…

The speeches you never hear

by Hugh Hewitt -- On Saturday night, President Bush spoke at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. He included in his remarks a moving tribute to Michael Kelly, columnist and editor of the more…

Homosexuality: An attempt at clarity

by Dennis Prager -- The homosexual is equal in God's eyes to the heterosexual. Parents must love their children, including the child who is homosexual. At the same time, a homosexual child more…

Save the Apache, just lose the platinum

by David Hackworth -- As our magnificent warriors return from Iraq, they will tell the folks who sweated them out at home what really went down during their bold march to Baghdad more…

Turning judicial activism upside down

by David Limbaugh -- The New York Times in yet another editorial rant against a Bush federal judge nominee shows why we cannot entrust the Constitution to liberals. They view it not more…

French atrocities in Africa

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Like many of you, I have been struggling to understand why the French have behaved as they do regarding the United States. As this is one subject fraught more…

Health Care: Hillary or Heaven?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's Note: The new issue of Business Reform magazine hits the street on May 1. But you can read it online now if you subscribe at www.businessreform.com. This more…

eBay me

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Russ McGuire is the online director of Business Reform Magazine. Each issue of Business Reform features practical advice on operating successfully in business while glorifying God. more…

The hope of our nation

by Rebecca Hagelin -- "Prayer is the hope of our nation." The lovely lady at the podium spoke these words softly, but with such confidence it was as if she had shouted more…