From civil servants to the new nobility

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The early history of the American labor movement is an honorable one. When unions started out in the 19th century, a 10- to 12-hour workday and six-day workweek more…

Psychopaths in black robes

by Ellis Washington -- John Marshall has made his decision; now let him enforce it. ~ President Andrew Jackson (circa 1832) The appeals court in California has done it again, or as more…

The lost art of civility

by Jonathan Falwell -- In 2007 on the Fox News Channel, Bill O'Reilly and Geraldo Rivera went head-to-head in a debate over the deaths of two Virginia Beach girls, the result of more…

Moral crisis is root of economic crisis

by Star Parker -- A travesty of justice has occurred in Oakland, Calif. But realities surrounding this local issue point to how the economic crisis in our nation is symptomatic of and more…

Our new trillion-dollar credit card

by Henry Lamb -- Everyone in America wants the government to do something to end the economic tailspin – quick. The problem, of course, is that there is little agreement on what more…

Take courage!

by Greg Laurie -- Have you ever been discouraged? Have you ever felt as though your life were a failure? Have you ever been frightened about the future? If so, you're not more…

Separating school and state

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Marshall Fritz The death of Marshall Fritz on Nov. 4, 2008, reminds us not only of the fragility of human life but also of how much we owe more…

In response to legalist 'Ark hunter'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Traveling the world in search of ancient artifacts, "Ark hunter" Richard Rives' life may be exciting, but his theology is anything but. It is old heresy disguised as more…

Coulter's wrong on illegitimacy rates

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In her latest column, "Goodbye, America! It was fun while it lasted," Ann Coulter made a worrisome misrepresentation of illegitimacy and the Republican legacy of welfare reform: The more…