SAT hard!

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns contain satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to tell more…

Throwing an anvil to a drowning man

by Doug Powers -- With Gov. Gray Davis' popularity rating hovering around the average wintertime temperature in Helsinki, desperation is hitting the Democrat camp to save him. A recall effort is tying more…

Bambidiots

by Vox Day -- Bambidiocy 1. [n] To accept the assertion of an individual, corporation or government agency as evidence of fact, when the said individual, corporation or government agency stands accused more…

What do Apple, IBM, TiVo and taxes have in common?

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.A more…

Al Qaida wins a battle

by Gordon Prather -- Although Islamic terrorists may eventually lose the War on Terrorism, they have clearly won the most recent battle: Operation Iraqi Freedom. Howzat? By 1995, Saddam Hussein's multibillion dollar more…

Sizing up 2004

by David Limbaugh -- This week, on a radio show, the host asked whether I thought President Bush was headed for the same fate as his father in the 1992 election. While more…

Taxing thin air

by Henry Lamb -- Fifty years ago, the Dooly family secured a "special-use permit" from the U.S. Forest service, and built a cabin on federal land in the Cherokee National Forest, in more…

Big-gov Bush

by Kyle Williams -- President George W. Bush is a political genius. He is intelligent, can relate to the American people and knows exactly what he is doing. He can handle other more…

Prime-time for 'gays'

by Les Kinsolving -- The New York Times' top-of-Page-1 obituary of the widely beloved Bob Hope featured a superb 1982 NBC photographic portrait that was a marvelous memorial. But just underneath this more…