One of God's fervent servants goes home

by Jerry Falwell -- On Jan. 10, Dr. W. A. Criswell sailed placidly from the earthly port, where for 92 years he had been moored, and instantly was received on the merits more…

Preserving freedom, beating terror

by Alan Keyes -- As we settle in for the long haul in the war against terrorism, we are establishing the patterns that will determine whether that war secures or loses our more…

Stuck before you know it

by Henry Lamb -- Some years ago, I left Florida in the midst of a rainstorm, driving north. Just across the Georgia line, I noticed that the rain seemed to be accumulating more…

False security

by Joseph Farah -- A San Francisco television station reported last week that a national guardsman, patrolling the international airport, shot himself in the butt with his 9-mm sidearm. Now, for the more…

Terrorism and zit medicine

by Debbie Schlussel -- A 15-year-old deliberately crashes a plane into a Tampa building, with a note supporting Osama bin Laden. And the politically correct media blame it on pimple medicine. Rather more…

Political correctnessvs. national security

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Is political correctness acquiring such a hold on the American mind as to constitute a threat to national survival? The question is not asked in jest. For consider, more…

Say no to televised trial

by David Limbaugh -- Court TV is demanding that the trial of terrorist suspect Zacarias Moussaoui be televised. It's a bad idea and should be rejected. Moussaoui has been in custody since more…

The politics of 'cha-ching'

by Ellen Ratner -- I can't stand "isms" of any kind. Fascism, communism, Islamism, extremism, they only produce three things: death, destruction and a lot of tedious conversation. It's the predictability that more…

No rights for conservatives

by Jon Dougherty -- Most liberal Democrats want you to believe that they – and only they – are qualified to be the nation's high protectors of civil rights. Only liberals are more…

Cut taxes and spending

by John N. Doggett -- An historic debate is raging in Congress about how to stimulate the economy. The September terrorist attacks and the ongoing impact of massive high-tech spending to avert Y2K more…