Life in the vast wasteland

by Kyle Williams -- It's Thursday night. You just got home from work exhausted, and, as you collapse on the couch, you turn on NBC. What do you see? Most often, it more…

Earth Charter undone

by Henry Lamb -- Sanibel, Fla., was one of the first U.S. cities to endorse the Earth Charter nearly a year ago as a part of Earth Day celebrations. It was also more…

Falwell vs. Jefferson

by Jerry Falwell -- You could say that I am at odds with Thomas Jefferson. In fact, some have jokingly referred to the litigation in which we are currently engaged as the more…

North Korea's nuclear plans

by -NO AUTHOR- -- There is a new crisis looming for the Bush administration this summer, and it is not Iraq. But it does feature a harshly repressive regime trying to hide more…

'Freedom' banned in school?

by Joel Miller -- A music teacher in an inner-city Michigan grade school is getting an earful from the higher-ups about the type of songs she can use in her classroom. According more…

On to Baghdad!

by Gordon Prather -- If you're having trouble figuring out why the media elite and the war hawks are beating up on President Bush, you ought to read Nicholas Lemann's excellent article, more…

Honest and hard-working need not apply

by Gary Aldrich -- Let me be clear about one thing from the outset. I am not anti-government as some might want to suggest. I was a federal employee for 30 years, more…

It's the right to exist, stupid

by David Limbaugh -- Someone raised the objection to my last column that its main point – that Arab nations stand in solidarity against Israel in its conflict with Palestinians – is more…

The assisted suicide
of the West

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Forty years ago, in St. Louis, this writer was engaged in the great debate over whether Phoenix TV personality Sherry Finkbine should be allowed to have an abortion, more…

Glitter-painting Jesus

by Joel Miller -- For those interested in a worship service that has more in common with a Britney Spears concert than church, you could turn up at the 5,000-member Lovers Lane more…