When your home becomes another's castle

by Henry Lamb -- The American dream that has motivated generations is the hope of owning a home, a sanctuary where the family is safe and the future secure. Millions of people more…

Witches today, Satanists tomorrow?

by Les Kinsolving -- Would anyone have ever believed that the American Civil Liberties Union would go to court in defense of the right to pray – with invocations at a meeting more…

Authoritative misinformation on Iran

by Gordon Prather -- The Arms Control Association claims that: Through its public education and media programs and its magazine, (Arms Control Today), ACA provides policymakers, the press and the interested public more…

Does anyone believe Clinton?

by Joseph Farah -- Have you ever noticed how some people pretend to honor others, while actually calling attention to their own "good deeds"? Nobody is more proficient at this art form more…

Russia’s largest field
is far from depleted

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Matthew Simmons in his book "Twilight in the Desert" is a "Peak Production" oil analyst who expects Saudi Arabia to run out of oil soon, followed closely behind more…

For the love of Islam

by Ilana Mercer -- My unremarkable contention that the president sustains a love affair with Islam drew ire from the tin-foil-hat faithful, one of whom wrote: Excuse me, but what planet do more…

Parents have
no fundamental rights

by Kevin McCullough -- This week the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said simply, "There is no fundamental right of parents to be the exclusive provider of information regarding sexual matters more…

Conservatives pay lip service
to the Constitution

by Devvy Kidd -- During the extensive discussion over the Harriett Miers nomination, conservatives complained that Bush' nomination didn't fit the bill. The only choice as a replacement should be a "strict more…

Blinded to common enemies

by David Limbaugh -- Political parties, by definition, engage in politics – obviously. It's what they do. But the Democratic leadership is so singularly driven by partisan politics that they appear incapable more…