Risking death to avoid criticism

by Barbara Simpson -- We're at war. It's not a joke. How long will it take for the people of the free world to realize they're targets of an enemy that not more…

Feminism's senselessness

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Fact and feminism keep tripping over each other. For decades, radical feminists have prostrated themselves on the altar of androgyny, flatly declaring that all differences between the sexes more…

A question of faith? Let us spray

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Riding the Weak Horse II

by Vox Day -- Military historian Victor Davis Hanson recently wrote that he detected a whiff of the 1930s in the air. And he is correct, there are a host of similarities more…

More Coulter-bashing by conservatives

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Ann Coulter is under attack again. She has been accused of plagiarism by one publication and derided as a classless blowhard by another. Now, I know what you're more…

No comparing Bush to Churchill

by Michael Evans -- George W. Bush's politically motivated decision to betray Israel by siding with the anti-democracy, anti-Western factions of the United Nations will prove to be his greatest blunder. Bush more…

Everybody's got to love somebody

by Greg Laurie -- Greg Laurie is the author of 12 inspirational books, which are available online.A while ago, a question in a magazine advertisement caught my attention: "Is it an alarm more…

Suffering for Christ

by Jerry Falwell -- While I frequently speak of the unwarranted bigotry against people of faith in this nation, a recent instance in India has brought to life the severe environment in more…

Face the music, parents

by -NO AUTHOR- -- News flash: What teens watch, listen to and read affects their thinking and behavior. Sound common-sensical? In years gone by, it was. But today, in our increasingly permissive more…

Today's media: Blind to the obvious

by Ted Byfield -- "As bats' eyes are to daylight," wrote Aristotle, "so is our intellectual eye blind to those truths that are most obvious of all." He was writing about the more…