The Living Years

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- There are a million things I could tell you about my late father. How strong, handsome, kind, honest and decent he was. How he adopted me and how more…

Media, malaise and myopia

by Pat Boone -- WorldNetDaily readers catch more than most people, so you may have caught the recent Gallup polling on confidence in our nation's institutions. Understandably, most media outlets weren't quick more…

The suicides at Guantanamo

by Les Kinsolving -- "Three prisoners commit suicide at Guantanamo" headlines the top of Page 1 of the New York Times – with the subhead "Deaths come amid rising criticism of treatment more…

Why Coulter's not a conservative

by Joseph Farah -- My conservative friends don't understand when I distance myself from the label. They don't understand why I am so revolted when I am characterized as a "conservative." If more…

Celebrating 50 years of ministry

by Jerry Falwell -- On July 2, the Lynchburg, Va.-based Thomas Road Baptist Church will celebrate its 50th year of ministry with the biggest celebration this side of heaven. The occasion will more…

How to respond to a whining U.N.

by Henry Lamb -- The U.N.'s second in command, Mark Malloch Brown, is unhappy about the lack of respect U.S. citizens afford the United Nations. He is particularly unhappy that U.S. officials more…

Traditionalists need not apply

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Maryland Republican Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. this week illustrated the current American public standard: Sexual deviancy is good. Traditional religious morality is bad. It really is that more…

Fathers: America's unsung heroes

by Greg Laurie -- Greg Laurie is the author of 12 inspirational books, which are available online.Fathers are the unsung heroes of our country today. Greater than any athlete, rock star or more…

Exterminating religion from the culture

by Ted Byfield -- In the explanation for Muslim terrorism offered by Canada's liberal commentators, a curious underlying assumption is becoming evident. Terrorism is caused, they imply, not because some men believe more…

Coughing up some Coulter fur balls

by Ilana Mercer -- Coulter and communal grief Ann Coulter, I imagine, considers herself an individualist, not a collectivist. Which is why her views on grief perplex. About certain September 11 widows more…