I want a president who …

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

Why I used 'Merry Christmas'

by Craig R. Smith -- To my readers: I hope you had a very Merry Christmas. A dear friend of mine, Ed Lenhart of Truth Justice & the American Way , wrote the more…

Still America's No. 1 threat

by Chuck Norris -- As we stand on the edge of a new year, Americans continue to debate the necessity of war, especially in light of the almost 4,000 service men and more…

How Hillary will change your life

by Joseph Farah -- Hillary Clinton As Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign sputters and stumbles, her husband's rhetoric on her behalf is more over-the-top than ever. Last week, on a campaign stop in more…

The Ron Paul attraction

by Henry Lamb -- Ron Paul In modern times, third-party candidates have been little more than a curious distraction from the main event, often siphoning enough votes from one major party to more…

The 1 guy you need to listen to

by Star Parker -- Dr. Ben Carson In the midst of year-end craziness – taking care of my organization's year-closing business and doing Christmas shopping – I didn't anticipate that I'd find more…

Common law vs. continental law: Rules vs. truth

by Ellis Washington -- Lady Justice, or Justitia, personification of moral force that underlies legal system The criminal is to go free because the constable has blundered. – Justice Benjamin Cardozo You're more…

Here's the shell, but the nut is gone

by Greg Laurie -- A number of years ago, I conducted a funeral service for the crew of Alaska Airlines flight 261. The McDonnell-Douglas MD 83 was on its way from Mexico more…

A New Year's vision and prophecy

by Pat Boone -- And so another year scuttles by. Like almost all years, this one is so checkered and mottled and diverse, it's hard to really evaluate. All the many hopeful more…

Out with the old, cringe in the new!

by Jonathan Falwell -- G.K. Chesterton once stated, "When learned men begin to use their reason, then I generally discover that they haven't got any." I believe that sentiment defines the way more…