Daschle's revenge

by Gordon Prather -- Last week, Federal Reserve Chairman Greenspan told Congress he was worried about the recent run-up in the "wellhead" price of U.S. natural gas. In 2001, the average wellhead more…

Passing the gas test

by Henry Lamb -- Here's a two-part, third-grade economics test that environmental extremists can't pass. Part 1: There are three kinds of drinks: Pepsi, Coke and Royal Crown Cola. Government outlaws the more…

Holy Kool-Aid, spiritual poison

by Kevin McCullough -- For many years, a solid declaration of truth has been commonly understood in both the churched and unchurched populations of America. God is real. Evil exists. Absolutes are more…

GOP caving to class warfare

by Jon Dougherty -- Over the years, Democrats have turned class warfare into an art form, but lately the experts are being taught a thing or two about pitting one class against more…

How hackers break in

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.One more…

Sins of malice

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton says she forgives her husband's adulterous affairs because they were "sins of weakness," not "sins of malice." But if Bill Clinton is more…

'Cycle of violence'?

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush is criticizing Israel again for perpetuating a "cycle of violence" by retaliating for terrorist attacks on its citizens. Was the United States perpetuating a cycle of more…

Who let "Enrique Sosa Alvarez" loose?

by Michelle Malkin -- It's every mother's worst nightmare: A 9-year-old girl, dragged from her San Jose, Calif., home in broad daylight, is kidnapped and raped over three days before being released more…