Winning the war on liberal bias?

by Bob Kohn -- Is the New York Times improving? As 2003 wound to a close, it appeared that liberal bias in front-page news articles in the Times had abated. Was this more…

What's in a Plame?

by Kevin McCullough -- Having failed so miserably in their effort to find an area of weakness, the opponents of President George W. Bush have returned to a strangely out-of-tune theme. Somehow, more…

Resolutions for a new year

by Larry Elder -- Victicrat (vik'ti krat) n. (victim + -crat) 1) a supporter of the mentality believing in perpetual victimhood, who blames his or her plight on other person(s), event(s), or more…

The Bethlehem exodus

by Hal Lindsey -- I was touched by the global press corps' "impassioned lament over Yasser Arafat being barred by Israel from attending the Christmas celebration at the Church of Nativity in more…

The year that was – and was not

by Craige McMillan -- New Year's resolutions seem to be going out of style, and predictions are a dime-a-dozen this time of year. Nevertheless, I hope you'll take some time as 2003 more…

A peek at 2004

by -NO AUTHOR- -- So the curtain goes up on 2004 and, being human, we long to know what will happen in the new year. The only dependable prediction is that it more…

The year to take America back?

by Joseph Farah -- Happy New Year! The party is over. The revelry has ended. Another year has come and gone. The new one is full of promise. Individually we all start more…

May God be restored to the British Isles

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- Even when I lived in Oxford between 1988 and 1999, the Church of England was rapidly becoming a rotting corpse. Church attendance was at such an all-time low more…

Most 'spiked' stories of 2003

by Joseph Farah -- Back in the old days of newspapering in America – when reporters and editors still used typewriters, pencils and paper to craft their stories – news articles were more…