Will your kids be named Dhimmi?

by Henry Lamb -- The term "dhimmi" ("dh" pronounced as "Z") means "protected" and describes the status of non-Muslims who are allowed to live under conditions that render them inferior to their more…

Rebutting Darwinists

by Ted Byfield -- I suggested here last week that the established authorities of every age act consistently. They become vigilantly militant against non-conforming dissidents who challenge their assumptions. Thus when the more…

A cardinal cheers on lawbreakers

by Les Kinsolving -- Ever since he took on the Episcopal Church's sexual demagogue, Jack Spong, when they were both bishops in New Jersey, I have been impressed by Washington's Catholic archbishop, more…

Busting empty bunkers

by Gordon Prather -- On April 12, Bloomberg News "reported" that: Iran, defying United Nations Security Council demands to halt its nuclear program, may be capable of making a nuclear bomb within more…

Where's the respect for law?

by Alan Keyes -- As the drama of decision concerning the crisis of illegal immigration unfolds, many Americans are dismayed at the casual disdain for law enforcement being shown by the supporters more…

Ex-'gays': Ignored and discounted

by Jerry Falwell -- I would like to tell you about some people who are often treated as if they do not exist. While they flourish as citizens and are active in more…

The generals' revolt

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In just two weeks, six retired U.S. Marine and Army generals have denounced the Pentagon planning for the war in Iraq and called for the resignation or firing more…

The Easter Alien

by Pat Boone -- He was an alien, no question. Some might call him the "ultimate alien." He was originally from a far country, son of the King, and you might say more…

What do you live for?

by Greg Laurie -- Awhile ago, a question in a magazine advertisement caught my attention: "Is it an alarm or a calling that gets you out of bed in the morning?" I more…

Another fishy missing link

by Joseph Farah -- It's been a week since the scientific world went gaga over a fish called "Tiktaalik," which is being billed as the missing link between water and land animals. more…