Live8 and the Philanthropy of Celebrity

by Doug Powers -- Back in 1985, Bob Geldof organized the "Live Aid" concerts, which raised well over $100 million for the cause of African famine relief. The "Philanthropy of Celebrity" was more…

Supercilious senators

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Idolizing intolerance

by Kyle Williams -- There seem to be two extreme camps in the culture war: the ones who value so-called "multiculturalism" and tolerance, and the ones who value discrimination and so-called "discernment." more…

A president for life

by Jerry Falwell -- President Bush recently reiterated that he would veto congressional legislation that advances taxpayer funding on new embryonic stem-cell research. This promise came after the House approved a bill more…

Bush on terrorism:
A tale of 2 speeches

by Les Kinsolving -- On May 27, President Bush became the 17th president since Ulysses S. Grant in 1869 to address the graduation of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis. In more…

Bolton's legacy

by Gordon Prather -- Even if Under-Secretary of State John Bolton isn't our next Ambassador to the United Nations, he already has a legacy. At the recently concluded Review Conference for the more…

The Christian conspiracy
of the north!

by Ted Byfield -- The anti-Christian bias of the Globe and Mail, Canada's self-proclaimed "national" newspaper, grows ever less subtle, and last week it broke all bounds when its lead story on more…

'To form a more perfect union'

by Henry Lamb -- America has long forgotten the vision that compelled our founders to gather in Philadelphia – "...to form a more perfect union." It was a vision of free people, more…