'Minority' review

by Cynthia Grenier -- Did those wildly dramatic promos running on television the last couple of weeks for Steven Spielberg's and Tom Cruise's latest film, "Minority Report" get your movie-going blood charged more…

Bush continues Clinton agenda

by Chuck Baldwin -- Referring to President G. W. Bush's new Department of Homeland Security, former President Bill Clinton told a gathering of Council on Foreign Relations members last week, "We have more…

Difficult road to peace

by Kyle Williams -- It's nearly impossible to write a column on the Middle East these days with original points and analysis. The same doublespeak, the same lying, the same violence is more…

No time for indoctrination

by Jerry Falwell -- I often say I would preach in hell if they promised to let me out. I say this as a way of showing that Christians should never be more…

Gov. Hodges, Greenpeace and loose nukes

by Gordon Prather -- Last week, South Carolina Gov. Jim Hodges ordered state troopers to physically prevent the Department of Energy from transferring excess weapons-grade plutonium from the Pantex Plant in Texas, more…

Uncle Sam bankrolls terrorism

by Joel Miller -- With the war on terror expanding beyond the reaches of the Middle East, attention is now extending to South America. Michael Catanzaro, writing for the June 2002 American more…

Fascism at the door

by Joseph Farah -- For many years now, the federal government has been usurping the powers of the states. Today, state governments mostly consider themselves subservient to the will of Washington – more…

Re-making the world

by Thomas Jipping -- No legal or political document is more slickly packaged yet more deceptively dangerous than the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. Let's take more…

The god of terror

by David Kupelian -- "It is so beautiful to kill and to be killed." So wrote the 22-year-old Palestinian male who blew himself up after boarding a packed Jerusalem bus earlier this more…

Will newspapers go extinct?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – The reading habits of Washingtonians have changed dramatically over the past three years, something I've witnessed first-hand riding the Metro subway into the district. When I more…