How kidnapper-murderer was caught

by Joseph Farah -- The nation's attention was riveted last week to the case of an 11-year-old girl, Carlie Brucia, whose kidnapping was caught on a car-wash surveillance camera. Carlie was later more…

How to really shock America

by Doug Powers -- Most of us are well aware of what happened during halftime of the Super Bowl. The Federal Communications Commission is investigating, CBS is apologizing, and advertisers are asking more…

The political season

by Ellen Ratner -- President Bush spent the better part of an hour explaining his reasons for going to war on "Meet the Press" Sunday morning. This was an unprecedented use of more…

Super Bowl raunch fest's
silver lining

by -NO AUTHOR- -- P.T. Barnum, the legendary circus promoter, knew a little something about showmanship. It was, after all, the way he earned his very comfortable living – dreaming up spectacles more…

Mel Gibson is closing Jewish hearts to Jesus

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- I am an orthodox Jew who harbors a profound admiration for Christianity, in general, and evangelical Christians, in particular. I would go so far as to say that more…

Flying in the face of the death penalty

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Ian Hodge is a regular columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue of Business Reform features practical more…

Let's clean up TV for good!

by Jerry Falwell -- The fallout from the Justin Timberlake-Janet Jackson Super Bowl fiasco abruptly caused network programmers to understand that there are untold numbers of Americans who are concerned about obscene more…

Al Sharpton's lust for power

by Erik Rush -- It's been awhile since I "beat up on" a fellow black person or institution, as my detractors occasionally complain, so I thought I'd throw in my two cents more…

Will human clones have souls?

by Kelly Hollowell -- Will human clones have a soul? This question is producing a great deal of anxiety these days, especially since Great Britain, Holland and now New Jersey have legalized more…

The most bizarre presidential campaign rally

by Les Kinsolving -- GEORGETOWN, S.C. – The top-of-Page-1 headline in South Carolina's oldest newspaper, the Georgetown Times (1798), on Friday, Jan. 30, was: PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL CANCELS VISIT With a photograph of more…