How do you know the Bible is true?

by David Kupelian -- In the United States of America, most Christian ministers don't really believe the Bible. Don't stop the presses – this is not breaking news. In fact, back in more…

Blair's dossier

by Gordon Prather -- At long last Prime Minister Tony Blair has published the dossier – compiled by his Joint Intelligence Committee – which is supposed to convince us that we must more…

What's going on at Amazon.com?

by Jerry Falwell -- I could hardly believe what I was reading at WorldNetDaily: Amazon.com is accused of "contributing to the potential rape and molestation of children" by offering a book on more…

The importance of getting involved

by Kyle Williams -- President Abraham Lincoln once said, "The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of the government in the next." This statement was ahead more…

Into the bowels of hell

by Henry Lamb -- Dante's "Inferno" is a graphic story about a journey through various levels of pain and, finally, into the bowels of hell. It could well be an allegory for more…

Shaggy dog story

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The bloodhounds were "barking and howling and straining at their leashes." That was the sensational lead to a Newsweek story that has become one of the particulars in more…

Sen. Schumer's evil experiment

by Thomas Jipping -- Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., these days looks like "Q"'s evil twin – while Q created gadgets to help James Bond beat the bad guys, Sen. Schumer creates them more…

The great ethics debate

by Joseph Farah -- Global Crossing. Enron. They have become euphemisms in our lexicon for the worst kind of corruption. And deservedly so. Federal officials are rushing into the ethical void to more…

The smuggler's art

by Joel Miller -- What do you do when the law won't let you have what you want? Many people turn to smuggling. Some smuggling is mundane – illegally buying booze or more…

Nothing new under the sun

by Jon Dougherty -- Editor's note: This column contains graphic descriptions and language. The purpose is not to sensationalize but to provide the reader a full understanding of the subject matter of more…