Historic TV stomp-offs

by Les Kinsolving -- Considering James Carville (if you in any way enjoy doing that), you may be wondered why it took columnist Robert Novak so long before he engaged in what more…

Christians' false god of knowledge

by Kyle Williams -- Shortly after Nebuchadnezzar assumed the throne in 605 B.C., the Babylonian Empire began attacks on the nation of Judah and overthrew Jerusalem in 597 B.C. In the coming more…

Blind science

by Ted Byfield -- "We Canadians," writes the Toronto Globe and Mail's most highly profiled columnist, Margaret Wente, like to think ourselves as "more sophisticated than Americans." Well, she says, we are. more…

Media sycophants

by Gordon Prather -- In a recent column – entitled "Powerless Non-Experts" – syndicated columnist Charley Reese allowed how "journalists" had no power: We journalists are mere observers. Like the fans in more…

Sarbanes-Oxley hammers small public companies

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business issues. To visit us, click here. In the wake of the Enron collapse, Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley bill more…

The super-patriots

by David Limbaugh -- Perpetual critics of President Bush's initiation and prosecution of the war in Iraq are displaying a perverse glee over his currently low approval ratings and the public's waning more…

Why the Fed and OPEC have much in common

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Marilyn Barnewall Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business issues. To visit us, click here. Most Americans believe the Federal Reserve is part of more…

Good news, bad news
on border

by Joseph Farah -- The good news is Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff this week acknowledged we have a problem with our border. The bad news is his solution is more judges more…