3 legends face Judgment Day

by Ellis Washington --  Socrates (470-399 B.C.) a famous Greek philosopher from Athens who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle. Socrates used a method of teaching by asking questions. The Greeks called more…

God's cure for heart trouble

by Greg Laurie -- You may remember the grinning, gap-toothed character from Mad magazine, Alfred E. Neuman. His slogan was, "What, me worry?" It makes you wonder if old Alfred has looked more…

Women's abuse of domestic-violence laws

by Phyllis Schlafly -- Radical feminists have devised a scheme to cash in on the flow of taxpayer money in a big way. Their good buddy, Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., has just more…

The death of the religious right

by Bill Press -- No matter who becomes the next president of the United States, the American people have already won a great victory – with the total disintegration of the once more…

Listen to JFK

by Joseph Farah -- Can we learn from history? I hope so. Though, the correct answer appears to be, not if you are a Democrat. Forty-five years ago this week, President John more…

How we've traded freedom for 'equality'

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Our Enemy, the State" was the title of libertarian Albert Jay Nock's classic that was once widely read by conservatives. Nock was not an anarchist but a Jeffersonian. more…

Erasing the Afrikaner nation

by Ilana Mercer -- CNN's Kyra Phillips has led her viewers to believe that dangling a noose – an impolite and impolitic form of expression – is a hate crime; a black more…

The Democrats' ethical midgets

by Melanie Morgan -- This week, Hillary Clinton epitomized all of the Democratic presidential candidates with a seemingly sweet, but utterly insincere, Thanksgiving message of support for our troops that she posted more…