Loony 'Toons: When liberal art imitates strife

by Doug Powers -- Editorial cartoons in newspapers are a long-standing tradition. They can help capture the emotion, attitude and cultural essence of a particular point in time, in an often humorous more…

Iran 'gravest' threat? Hardly

by Gordon Prather -- John Negroponte, our first director of national intelligence, gave his first "threat" assessment to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence last week: Let me begin with a straightforward more…

Day of Purity: Countering the culture on sex

by Jerry Falwell -- As the so-called mainstream media continue to inundate our nation's young people with messages and images glorifying sexual immorality, a new movement encouraging teens and adolescents to remain more…

Same-sex marriage threatened?

by Ted Byfield -- Canada's acceptance of gay marriage will come before its new and more Conservative Parliament after it is called into its first session, but whether that Parliament is conservative more…

When homeschoolers grow up

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Parents interested in homeschooling often want to know what will happen to their children when they grow up and have to work for a living. Will employers recognize more…

My heated debate with an atheist lefty

by Pat Boone -- I had a rather heated discussion a few days ago. Though the discussion was with a friend (and he is a good friend), sparks flew and we both more…

The recurring politics of race exploitation

by David Limbaugh -- When conservatives criticize liberals for being soft on national security, the latter recoil in indignation and deny being unpatriotic – though they weren't accused of it. To hear more…

The U.N.'s plans for global socialist rule

by Henry Lamb -- At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week, the United Nations Development Program promoted its plan to rule the world through a global socialist economic system. more…

My yodel at the White House

by Les Kinsolving -- At the Friday, Jan. 27 White House press briefing, presidential press secretary Scott McClellan was asked by one of my fellow White House correspondents a question about the more…

Will Iran's 'petroeuro' threat lead to war?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Beginning in 2003, Iran began demanding oil payment in euros, not dollars, although the oil itself was still priced in U.S. currency. Now, Iran is seriously considering establishing more…