Breakfast with an immortal

by Pat Boone -- What a privilege my wife, Shirley, and I had a few days ago! A dear mutual friend asked us if we'd like to have breakfast with the winningest more…

No, Jesse, Jena is not another Selma

by Star Parker -- At this point, there seems little doubt about the ugliness that has simmered, and then boiled, in a little town in Louisiana called Jena. There is a lot more…

The devil comes to television

by Jonathan Falwell -- French poet Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867) wrote, "The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn't exist." If that's true, I think maybe the second more…

Here come the Dems – again!

by Henry Lamb -- With all the disappointment experienced during years seven of Republican control in Washington, it is easy to understand why people are again looking to Democrats to set the more…

Queen Oprah and her anointed squire

by Ellis Washington -- It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. ~ Charles Dickens, "A Tale of Two Cities" (1859) The only difference between a good person more…

Jesus and Oscar

by Greg Laurie -- In my last column, I told you the story of a man named Nicodemus who was decent, moral and well educated, but something was missing in his life. more…

The North American Union secret

by Joseph Farah -- When Jerome Corsi and I first began reporting on the quiet conspiracy to integrate the U.S. politically, socially and economically with Mexico and Canada, we were castigated, ridiculed, more…

The walls of 'Jericho'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Not since they sold the New York Yankees to George Steinbrenner has CBS hit such a home run while swinging blindfolded. "Jericho" is a cultural phenomenon that inspires more…