Unemployment: A good career move?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Ian Hodge is a regular columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue features practical advice on operating more…

Tripe Twins' draft plan

by Doug Powers -- Democrats can often be heard saying that President Bush is toying with lives. That sending our troops to Iraq is an unnecessary political game in which people may more…

Here come the judge – again!

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Mr. Bush the Wedge Driver," railed the Washington Post, as it bemoaned what it calls the president's "first attack in an ill-timed and partisan war." What exactly did more…

Uncle Sam: The government 'massa'

by Barbara Simpson -- Poor Sam Brownback. He fell into the quagmire of political expediency. It's the good-old race card. It's as though the Republican senator from Kansas was playing poker, got more…

The diversity disaster

by Vox Day -- I don't care much about whether the president decides to weigh in on the upcoming Supreme Court case on the constitutionality of racial preferences in college admissions or more…

A coalition of the willing

by Henry Lamb -- Among the momentous decisions George W. Bush must make in the next few weeks is to make good on his promise to "lead a coalition of the willing" more…

Way out on a limb?

by Gordon Prather -- Mohamed El-Baradei – director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency – will soon report to the United Nations Security Council that Saddam Hussein has no capability to more…

Remembrance: Sarah McClendon

by Les Kinsolving -- She died Tuesday at age 92, in the Washington Veterans Administration Medical Center where she had been hospitalized since late last month. She was the only member of more…

The hateful legacy of the British Foreign Office

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Tony Blair's and Jack Straw's latest charm offensive in the Arab world has observers perplexed. After all, the unbecoming respect offered visiting Syrian despot Bashar al-Assad, the decision more…

Cocaine for kids?

by Joel Miller -- A new study that casts doubts on whether Ritalin use for younkers makes them susceptible for drug abuse later in life has sparked people's attention to a little-known more…