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by Anthony C. LoBaido -- A Bedouin woman walks with her goats and donkeys through the deserts of Jordan. A Hmong mother with her children in rural Laos sorts through the harvest. Sunset more…

Vanity, why tuck thy tummy?

by Ellen Makkai -- My face slides south, and I wish I didn't care. After all, it only has to last another 20 years or so. I never approached knockout good looks, more…

Capturing the world on film

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- SOSSUSVLEI, Namibia – Thanks to the opportunity I've had as an international correspondent for WorldNetDaily.com, I have had the privilege to travel to the four corners of the more…

Nukes, or a crock of wheat smut?

by Gordon Prather -- Well, there was good news this week about loose nukes. Warhawks blitzed the TV talk shows with it. It seems that August Hanning – the German intelligence service more…

The Holy Land, Easter 2002

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Editor's note: Buchanan's latest book is here! "The Death of the West" is an eye-opening expos? of how immigration invasions are endangering America. Both autographed and unautographed copies more…

Make love, not war

by Ellen Ratner -- The other morning I had no sooner finished my radio show than the phone rang. The voice at the other end was a senior Democrat with the Democratic more…

Living

by -NO AUTHOR- -- JERUSALEM – If I told you I'd just come home from watching a performance of the musical, "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown," would you think I was more…

Libertarian druid for governor

by Joel Miller -- Libertarians, God love 'em, always seem to have a hard time getting the attention and respect their ideas deserve – which is doubly a shame since they're the more…

Gaia: The re-ordering of the world

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I grew up with a Christian world view which says that God – who created the heavens, earth, plants, animals and man and woman, and gave them dominance more…

Homosexual adoption bad for kids

by Jon Dougherty -- Last week, Fox News host and WND columnist Bill O'Reilly said he believes the states of Florida, Utah and Mississippi will someday be forced to reverse bans prohibiting more…