Suggestions for Gore in 2004

by Doug Powers -- A recent Zogby poll, which was commissioned by a group called The Draft Gore 2004 Committee, shows Democrats think that Al Gore is the candidate with the best more…

A little geography quiz

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

What's next, Mr. President?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- At this writing, there seem only two big questions left in the war on Iraq. Will Saddam's regime in its death throes resort to chemical weapons? How long more…

Time for a Roth

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Marc Leavy,CFP? is a regular financial columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue features practical advice on more…

Loving Castro

by Joel Miller -- The seamy affair some Americans have with Fidel Castro and his island paradise might suffer a little love-loss this weekend. But don't hold your breath. Despite vociferous foreign more…

Hollywood's anti-Bush blabber

by Kyle Williams -- The liberation of Iraq is not in their hopes, the defense of our nation is not supported by them, President George W. Bush is not their president, and more…

N. Korea in U.S. sights

by Gordon Prather -- As a result of a referral made on Feb. 12 by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N. Security Council will consider on Wednesday what steps it might more…

When pro-lifers get proactive

by Jerry Falwell -- This week in Virginia, we witnessed two momentous pro-life victories. The Virginia General Assembly passed legislation that will ban partial-birth abortion (SB 1205 and HB 1541) and require more…

The war on terrorism

by Henry Lamb -- From both the left and the right, critics of the war in Iraq ask: "Who's next, North Korea, Iran, Syria?" The answer: Perhaps. Sept. 11 changed the world; more…

Hollywood hot air

by Jon Dougherty -- Sheryl Crow likes to sport a "No War" T-shirt in public. Martin Sheen writes "peace" on a piece of duct tape and slaps it over his mouth. Robin more…