PR for the Blue Star

by Barbara Simpson -- He looked me straight in the eye and said that in Israel there's a saying: "America, 9-11. Israel, 24x7." All the headlines about Israel are filled with attacks, more…

What abortionists want

by Joseph Farah -- By all accounts, several hundred thousand pro-abortion demonstrators rallied in the capital yesterday. I don't know about you, but I can't figure out what it is they're protesting. more…

Going back to where they came from

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "If we have to make common cause with the more hawkish liberals and fight the conservatives, that is fine with me," William Kristol has told the New York more…

Not related to terrorism?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "I think that we do have to take very seriously the thought that the terrorists might have learned, we hope, the wrong lesson from Spain," said Condoleezza Rice more…

The world – evil to the core

by Kyle Williams -- There are times when I look around the world wondering, "Why?" Surely, it all serves some sort of a purpose. Surely the wars fought, the innocents killed, the more…

How same-sex marriage threatens liberty

by -NO AUTHOR- -- We are engaged in the hottest political debate of our time; that is, whether marriage should be redefined to include same-sex couples or other alternatives. Everything from morality, more…

Jewish activists:
Apologize to Mel

by -NO AUTHOR- -- With perhaps one in five Americans already having seen it, "The Passion" continues to rack up attendance records. Would you like to hear an amazing statistic? In spite more…

Tenet's 'slam-dunk'

by Gordon Prather -- Ernest Hemingway once defined "sin" as "something you feel bad about, afterwards." On the evidence presented in Richard Clarke's "Against All Enemies," and in Bob Woodward's "Plan of more…

Biblical Christianity under fire

by Jerry Falwell -- Recent circumstances have led me to believe that Christians in America are increasingly at risk of becoming not just perpetual objects of ridicule, but potentially of being openly more…

Our posterity will laugh at us

by Henry Lamb -- It may take a generation or two, but at some point in the future, policy-makers will look back in disbelief at the arrogance and ignorance that permeate the more…