Using the culture to point to Christ

by Jonathan Falwell -- One day, while walking with the disciples, Jesus asked a question for the ages: "Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?" (Matthew 16:13, KJV) more…

The Headless Batsman rides through Boston

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- With Halloween rapidly approaching, many Americans are bracing themselves for both the unreal and the downright scary. For baseball fans, such preparations have probably been rendered unnecessary. They more…

The fiery truth about California blazes

by Melanie Morgan -- Liberal Democrats really are soulless creatures. This week, they tried to throw gasoline on a politically combustible catastrophe in Southern California. Fortunately, our country was rescued by cool more…

Have I been drafted?

by Joseph Farah -- You never know what you're going to find in those wacky blogs. For instance, I just learned from reading one that I have been promoted (or is it more…

An atheist's 'Narnia' knockoff

by Ted Baehr -- On Dec. 7, 2007, the movie "The Golden Compass," based on the first book in the fantasy trilogy entitled "His Dark Materials" by atheist Philip Pullman will be more…

Multinationals take aim at Americans

by Phyllis Schlafly -- When displaced American workers complain about outsourcing U.S. manufacturing jobs to take advantage of cheap Chinese factory labor, and about using low-paid Asians here on H-1B visas to more…

How soon before we bomb Iran?

by Bill Press -- Having lived in both places, I can tell you: There is little difference between Washington and Hollywood. Neither is real. Both are filled with celebrity wannabes. And both more…

Disentangling the Coulter/Deutsch dust-up

by Ilana Mercer -- "The secret to becoming a successful right-wing columnist," quipped Canadian conservative Kevin Michael Grace, "is to echo the mob while complimenting yourself on your daring. That's all there more…

Today's 'conservatives' no longer are

by Letter of the Week -- Many "conservatives" support George W. Bush even though under his presidency our government has expanded more in power, in number and in cost than any time since FDR. more…