Redeeming the indie film market

by Ted Baehr -- The headline to a June 23, 2008, article in the Los Angeles Times declared, "The Sky Is Falling on Indie Film." In the article, Patrick Goldstein explains that more…

Are you almost Christian?

by Greg Laurie -- Almost is an interesting word that we tend to use with a fair degree of versatility. We sometimes use it when we are delaying something, when we are more…

'Fairness Doctrine' … say what?

by Pat Boone -- It was in the Fillmore West, hallowed hall of rock music in late-'60s San Francisco. The place was jammed, and an increasingly familiar herbal haze hung like a more…

End of the American Dream?

by Star Parker -- As our new political leadership leads us into the fiscal twilight zone, is it too much to ask for a little honesty as they do it? The day more…

The last statesman in Marxist Europe

by Ellis Washington -- Not so long ago, in our part of Europe we lived in a political system that permitted no alternatives and therefore also no parliamentary opposition. We learned the more…

EMP attack: Overlooked catastrophe

by Hal Lindsey -- When Iran successfully launched its first domestically made satellite into orbit on Feb. 1, U.S. State Department official Robert Wood said Iran's activities could "possibly lead to the more…

Enemies of the Constitution

by Joseph Farah -- Maybe it's time for us to lock up the enemies of the Constitution. This thought occurs to me because we have so many people running around Washington, and more…

Bristol Palin new face of teen abstinence?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In a recent exclusive interview with Greta Van Susteren of Fox News' "On the Record," unwed mother and gubernatorial daughter Bristol Palin spoke out about the hardships of more…

Stimulate the economy, not government

by -- Washington's response to the current recession illustrates one of the fundamental laws of political physics: The more we spend on our mistakes, the less willing we are to more…