Bush and his big gov

by Kyle Williams -- The Republican Party, it seems, is now domestically divided among two extremes: those who are blindly supporting President Bush and those who aren't domestically supporting the president based more…

Politics in the pulpit

by Jerry Falwell -- If you are a pastor, you will no doubt soon be receiving your perennial "scare letter" from Barry Lynn, executive director of Americans United for the Separation of more…

'Development' is not a dirty word

by Henry Lamb -- Environmental extremists have done a great job demonizing important words in our vocabulary: logging, growth, corporations and development, are but a few. These are not dirty words. Development more…

Use all necessary means

by Gordon Prather -- Congress is about to "authorize" the president to use our armed forces to enforce certain United Nations Security Council resolutions, whenever he or she determines that "reliance on more…

Hannibal eats up big screen again

by Cynthia Grenier -- Editor's note: Because of the subject of this review, some readers may find it objectionable.That cannibal from Baltimore is back again, this time in "Red Dragon," which opened more…

Doping our kids

by Joel Miller -- For a country that rigorously fights to keep our kids off drugs, an ever-increasing number of runny-nosers are popping pills like they're going out of style – which more…

McDermott just looking for face time

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Please, Ellen. Spare us your reality-deficient defense of Sir Jim McDermott, America's white knight, boldly going where no one else even wanted to go. I sat by and more…

Termites in the foundation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "It all depends on what the meaning of is, is." With those words, then-President of the United States Bill Clinton crystallized to the world something that we had more…

The Joisey Supremos speak

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Once again, the paragons of "progressive" jurisprudence launch an assault upon the Constitution, this time in "Joisey," natch. In essence, the Joisey "Supremos" (not to be confused with more…

New Jersey court's
judicial power-grab

by David Limbaugh -- You have to hand it to the Democrats. With moral relativism and judicial activism on their side, no obstacle imposed by the law is insuperable. First, it was more…