The peace of Christmas

by Jane Chastain -- As I opened my holiday cards from family, friends and acquaintances this year, I was struck by one common theme. A religious card from a minister and his more…

Bethlehem's legacy

by Hal Lindsey -- Bethlehem is a sacred city to both Jews and Christians. It is sacred to the Jews because its greatest King, David, was born there. It is sacred to more…

What will Jesus do?

by Craige McMillan -- Christmas is the time the world focuses on Jesus Christ. We reflect on His birth, His humble beginnings in a manger (no room at the inn), His teachings more…

The power of Christmas

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Each December, the Western world goes into a frenzy of preparation for one day, Dec. 25, Christmas Day, the celebration of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. The more…

Those 'special interests'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- If there is one thing the nine Democratic dwarves have discovered in the course of their interminable debates, it's that nothing rouses the Democratic faithful like the denunciation more…

Parting company is an option

by Walter Williams -- A fortnight ago, in "Let's Do Some Detective Work," I provided unassailable evidence that Congress had vastly exceeded powers delegated to it by our Constitution. In last week's more…

The Bush Doctrine: Wins & losses

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Trust but verify," was Reagan's motto in negotiating arms deals with Mikhail Gorbachev. And sound advice, too, on hearing that Col. Gadhafi has agreed to forswear nuclear and more…

A holly jihadi Christmas

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Christians around the globe may be forgiven for feeling somewhat less than festive this Christmas season. Persecution of Christians is becoming an increasingly familiar feature of the global more…

When blue states attack

by Ann Coulter -- Uttering the standard liberal cliche a few years ago, Richard Reeves described "representatives of the new South" as "Republicans of old puritan definition, righteous folk afraid that someone, more…

The forced march to Bethlehem

by Joseph Farah -- Some people may interpret this column as shameless politicization of the Christmas story. I think of it as an effort to de-politicize a beautiful and important truth distorted more…