Why is Bush trashing
nuke-safety regime?

by Gordon Prather -- Perhaps President Bush had decided even before taking office to replace the existing nuke proliferation-prevention regime – largely our creation – because the regime no longer automatically did more…

Endangered Species Act
debate is heating up

by Henry Lamb -- The U.S. Constitution prohibits the federal government from forcing a citizen to "quarter" a soldier in time of peace. The Endangered Species Act, however, forces any citizen to more…

Special exception
for prime ministers?

by Ted Byfield -- "How can it possibly be," any rational Canadian might have asked this month, "that Prime Minister Paul Martin hasn't been excommunicated by the Catholic Church?" The fact that more…

Inside out needs upside down

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Seemingly, there's little connection overtly between the moral difficulty of the Roberts nomination and the war (allegedly) on terror. But both situations are reflecting a key national need, more…

Do you really believe
what you say?

by Kyle Williams -- Are the pursuits of political activism and social change purely abstract? Do the ideas we believe as liberals, moderates, conservatives and libertarians change anything in the way we more…

Front lines in the abortion war

by Kelly Hollowell -- What is the current national landscape and battleground for the pro-life movement? I surmise there are three front lines. They are: judicial activism, medical technology and legislative action. more…

My right to speak out

by Jerry Falwell -- Lost in the hubbub of this week's excellent Supreme Court nomination and continued terrorist activity came two important rulings regarding complaints against me and my ministries. First, the more…

No to 'disengagement'

by Joseph Farah -- Sometimes, you just have to realize when to say no to a bad idea. That's what Israel and the United States need to realize about the plan to more…