Idolizing intolerance

by Kyle Williams -- There seem to be two extreme camps in the culture war: the ones who value so-called "multiculturalism" and tolerance, and the ones who value discrimination and so-called "discernment." more…

A president for life

by Jerry Falwell -- President Bush recently reiterated that he would veto congressional legislation that advances taxpayer funding on new embryonic stem-cell research. This promise came after the House approved a bill more…

Appeal to the conscience of the Jewish media

by -NO AUTHOR- -- For the past four months, my news agency, Israel Resource, hired credible Arabic-language journalists to translate and provide the Jewish media with the content of the media of more…

America's desperate labor shortage?

by Letter of the Week -- While standing around a jobsite doing simple tasks, I did some thinking. I don't speak Spanish, so I could only speak to myself. If agriculture is in such more…

Clinton's human-rights crime

by Joseph Farah -- This week the Canadian Red Cross issued a weak apology for killing more than 3,000 people with tainted blood. The organization was fined $4,000 for distributing the plasma more…

Four paychecks per household?

by Devvy Kidd -- On Feb. 4, 2005, while giving one of his Social Security speeches, Mr. Bush had an exchange with a woman named Mary Mornin, who explained she is a more…

Message of hope heard worldwide

by Jerome R. Corsi -- We began the Iran Freedom Walk on Monday, May 16, 2005, at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. Twelve days later, on Saturday, May 28, having walked some 200 more…

A true Republican litmus test

by Kevin McCullough -- As someone who has been registered as a Republican for the last several election cycles I sometimes weary of the wing of the party that seems to have more…