Uncle Sam Lays down the law

by Doug Powers -- The big news last week, with the exception of a report of shots fired at the U.S. Capitol, was the verdicts in the trial of the two former more…

A leftist's defense of war

by Ellen Ratner -- Today is Memorial Day, once called Decoration Day and set aside after the Civil War as the occasion to place flowers and other remembrances on the graves of more…

Howard Dean on the flag and Taliban at Yale

by Les Kinsolving -- Neither the Washington Post nor the New York Times bothered to cover the May 14 news conference of Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean, Illinois U.S. Sen. Richard more…

Ditsy Chicks foul the nest

by Pat Boone -- Time magazine? The cover? Are you kidding me? Is this some kind of joke? A girls group that, yes, was very big a couple of years ago, but more…

'Honest Thomas,' the skeptic

by Greg Laurie -- Editor's note: This is the fourth and final installment in a series by Greg Laurie entitled "Jesus and the skeptic." See his archive for previous columns.Perhaps you are more…

This and that

by Joseph Farah -- My column last week about "giving up on Israel" has gone viral – as we say in the Internet biz. Not since a column I wrote called "Myths more…

Graduates: We will not be silenced!

by Jerry Falwell -- I wish I could have been there to witness it myself. After Judge Joseph H. McKinley Jr. issued a restraining order barring Russell County (Ky.) High School and more…

ANWR opponents are lousy debaters

by Henry Lamb -- A good debate should be like a good tennis match; one side serves a powerful argument, which is promptly returned by a compelling refutation. The volley continues until more…

The Senate's immigration witch's brew

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The witch's brew otherwise known as the Senate's comprehensive immigration reform bill is now out in the open for all to see. What started out as a desperate more…

Yawning over a woman's death

by Ted Byfield -- Canada lost its first woman soldier to enemy fire near Kandahar, Afghanistan, last week, and the unquestioning public acceptance of a female combat death was hailed by the more…