Principles, prudence and policy

by Alan Keyes -- I want to step back this week from the particular controversies about issues like stem-cell research and affirmative action in order to discuss the larger framework of American more…

Engaging the debate!

by Elizabeth Farah -- Dear WND readers, I'm not sure how many letters total I received in response to my first and second columns, but I can tell you there were hundreds. more…

Ridding Russia of loose nukes

by Gordon Prather -- The most important task confronting President Bush upon taking office was to reverse eight years of Clinton-Gore unilateral disarmament. He has already reversed Clinton on the Antiballistic Missile more…

Judgment for injustice

by Yaffah daCosta -- This portion of the Torah called Shoftim (Deuteronomy 16:18 – 21:9; about judges & judgment) is my own nativity reading. It's the portion of the text (i.e., in more…

Hogwash and horsespit!

by Henry Lamb -- Several of the more liberal media types have been having a blast reporting the latest polls for Europe which show that George W. isn't very popular over there. more…

Licking the hand that feeds you

by Chuck Baldwin -- Most Americans no doubt think of themselves as law-abiding, God-fearing people. However, when obedience to human law violates a man's inner conscience, the only moral alternative left him more…

The fight goes on

by Jack Cashill -- "He who loves the Workman and his work, and does what he can to preserve and improve it, shall be accepted of him." – John Adams In a more…

Coming to terms (or not) with Waco

by Alan W. Bock -- I took a trip to New York City this week to participate in several programs that will be aired later on the PBS "DebateDebate" program. It gave me more…

Is that all there is?

by Joseph Farah -- Well, that sure clears things up, doesn't it? I'm talking, of course, about what the rest of the nation is talking about today – Connie Chung's interview with more…