Mailbox Vox: Articulation on confiscation

by Vox Day -- I have a very simple question. What happens to all the personal property that is confiscated at airports? I ask because my husband travels on business with his more…

U.N. influence in Alabama

by Henry Lamb -- Only a handful of the people who gathered at the Birmingham Hilton on April 8, 2003, knew that the objective of the meeting was to implement U.N. policy more…

IAEA-NPT regime crisis?

by Gordon Prather -- As far as the five "permanent" members of the U.N. Security Council – the U.S., U.K., France, Russia and China – are concerned, the primary purpose of the more…

N.Y. Times scandal getting worse

by Les Kinsolving -- The Associated Press quotes the New York Times management as admitting that the Jayson Blair four years of lying as a Times reporter is "a low point in more…

Black pressure, black power, black values

by Kevin McCullough -- Living in a major, ethnically diverse urban area, I as a white man am curious about many of the things that I observe in our nation's African American more…

Joe McCarthy comes back from the dead!

by Bill Press -- Quick! Somebody check. Did they nail the coffin lid shut? I could swear that Sen. Joseph McCarthy has returned from the dead. With one big difference. Today the more…

Getting Wi-Fied

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Russ McGuire is the online director of Business Reform Magazine. Each issue of Business Reform features practical advice on operating successfully in business while glorifying God.Most more…

Shahala-gans?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business issues. To visit us, click here. "At the end of the day, President Shalala is going more…

The 'gay' sword of tolerance

by David Limbaugh -- Homosexual activists insist they don't want special rights – they just want to be left alone to do as they please. But at what point does the vindication more…

Remember the dead – and the living

by Michelle Malkin -- Memorial Day has never just been about remembering the dead. In issuing the first Memorial Day order on May 5, 1868, Civil War Gen. John Logan called on more…