Who will answer the call?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following column is an excerpt from Dr. Dobson's remarks at the funeral of Dr. D. James Kennedy last week. James Dobson The passing of Dr. more…

Rigidly open-minded liberals

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…

Is America a Christian nation?

by Chuck Norris -- It's a question that strikes fear in the secular progressive. It sends shivers down the spine of a skeptic. It rattles the cage of cultural combatants. And it more…

220 years ago today

by Joseph Farah -- Today is Constitution Day. How will you celebrate? How will you mark the occasion? On Sept. 17, 1787, the Constitutional Convention, meeting in Philadelphia for four months, agreed more…

Alex: The unconstitutional gray parrot

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As we approach Constitution Day (Sept. 17), it is appropriate – indeed mandatory – to think about the question: How did the federal government get to be trillions more…

The tragedy of freeing sex offenders

by Judith Reisman -- On July 25, I asked in a column entitled, "Porn triggers acting out on victims? Really?" why the Federal Bureau of Prisons spiked its own sex-offender study at more…

Move over, ACLU!

by Pat Boone -- In this time, when bad news and ominous portent is so rampant, I can't resist passing along especially great news when it comes my way. Sometimes the din more…

Born again?

by Greg Laurie -- We all like the idea of changing, of becoming something different than what we presently are. Starting over again ... Reinventing ourselves ... Experiencing a new beginning. Certainly, more…

Courts gone wild

by Ted Byfield -- I was quite properly rapped last week by a dozen or more readers for observing that the separation of church and state is "embedded" in the United States more…