Born Alive Veterans for Truth

by Jill Stanek -- On Jan. 10, 2005, newly elected U. S. Sen. Barack Obama sauntered a victory lap inside the Illinois state Capitol, where he had just tenured seven years as more…

GOP at crossroads

by David Limbaugh -- Rank-and-file Republicans are justifiably focused on their party's potential slate of presidential candidates in 2008, but I think they ought to be more concerned with the more fundamental more…

The trouble with soy, part 4

by Jim Rutz -- Read all of Rutz's columns on soy for the whole story: Soy is making kids 'gay' The trouble with soy – part 2 The trouble with soy – more…

Was Ford ever right about anything?

by Joseph Farah -- Former President Gerald R. Ford's body had not even assumed room temperature when Bob Woodward rushed into print his interview in which Ford second-guessed President Bush's intervention in more…

Surprise! Washington Post misrepresents truth

by Les Kinsolving -- "In 2003, an overwhelming majority of the nation's Episcopal bishops ratified the selection of a gay bishop by the New Hampshire diocese," reports Harold Meyerson, a once-a-week columnist more…

2 men and a butcher

by Mychal Massie -- Last week we experienced the passing of three men – former President Gerald R. Ford, singing legend James Brown and the sadistic madman Saddam Hussein. They were not more…

My dinner with 2 of our finest

by Kevin McCullough -- The night after Christmas I sat down for a homemade tamale dinner in Southern California with a newly appointed U.S. naval officer and his best friend, an enlisted more…

The race we must run

by Greg Laurie -- Greg Laurie is the author of 12 inspirational books, which are available online.Is it just me, or does it seem like the year 2006 just flew by? It more…

America doesn't have to run the world

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- If there was a defining moment in 2006, it was the public firing of Donald Rumsfeld, just hours after the Republican rout of Nov. 7. George Bush was more…

2 birds,
1 stone

by Vox Day -- It is a time for new beginnings. Both Saddam Hussein and the Republican Congress are recently deceased, and it is arguable as to which demise will be lamented more…