Scalia and orgies

by Les Kinsolving -- The Washington Post described the Harvard Crimson as "arguably the nation's best campus newspaper." But the Post went on to report the following, which, if the Crimson is more…

Kerry's flip-flop
on global warming

by Henry Lamb -- John Kerry is now severely criticizing President Bush for withdrawing from the Kyoto Protocol. On July 25, 1997, however, he joined 94 other senators who voted for Senate more…

How Bush can win
stem-cell debate

by Kelly Hollowell -- There's a new campaign ad featuring Michael J. Fox that lauds the Kerry position on stem-cell research. This follows a personal appearance and speech made just last week more…

A secular-to-English dictionary

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Everyone is familiar with Spanish-to-English dictionaries or French-to-English dictionaries. The media, print and broadcast, are dominated by a language that is known as secular or liberal speak. They more…

Anti-Muslim? Not me

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Twenty-five percent of Americans hold what AP calls "anti-Muslim views," according to a story published Monday. AP added that "the poll found that people most likely to have more…

Only one campaign ...

by Kevin McCullough -- In this year's race for the White House, there has been only one campaign that has achieved election-year milestones unlike any other. Only one campaign has threatened to more…

Who decides?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- After returning home from church one recent Sunday, my wife and I took our baby girl for a walk. It is a Sunday afternoon routine that we relish more…

A difference in interests

by Rebecca Hagelin -- The dark images of Enron and disturbing headlines of other dirty dealings by the unethical chieftains of some big businesses in recent years set America on a course more…