Journalistic Manipulation 101

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…

This land is mine

by Barbara Simpson -- Illegal immigrant Elvira Arellano with her 8-year-old American-born son Saul. Courtesy photo, New York Times Yes, this land (the United States of America) is my land, and I more…

Communist deniers

by Vox Day -- Over the course of the last week, I have been engaging in a debate of the theory of evolution by natural selection with a biology teacher and evolutionary more…

Rove worse than Clinton

by Ellen Ratner -- Last week I was walking by the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, the White House's next-door domicile for White House staffers. I couldn't help but notice a long line more…

Stupid is as stupid votes

by Doug Powers -- Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y. Courtesy photo, RollingStone It's a time-honored tradition in politics to view those who vote for "the other candidate" and wonder how they could have more…

Superstition or faith?

by Greg Laurie -- I think we all have thought of questions we'd like to ask God someday. When something happens that seems inexplicable, we may wonder, "Why did God allow this more…

I praise the poor

by Ellis Washington -- The poor ye always have with you ... ~ Jesus Christ Where would most politicians be today without the ubiquitous poor? "Oh Madame Poor, how so many craven more…

NAU deniers: Ignorant, or deceitful?

by Henry Lamb -- There is a difference between stupid and ignorant. The talking heads at Fox News are not stupid. But the three guests on Brit Hume's Tuesday night telecast who more…

Liberty U: Bigger and better than ever

by Jonathan Falwell -- Last week, I discussed how the Bible has uniquely inspired me as I carry on the work of my father in leading the historic Thomas Road Baptist Church. more…

President Bush's resignation speech

by Pat Boone -- Like so many of us who increasingly frequent the Internet these days, I marvel at the creative, thought-provoking, sometimes funny and often entertaining things people launch into cyberspace. more…