She came, she saw, she got crushed

by Vox Day -- Annika Sorenstam appears to be a decent individual. Her remarks before and after the tournament were appropriately humble and void of the usual girly trash-talk which the women more…

What freedom is all about

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- This spring, white students at Johnson County High in Wrightsville, Ga., continued a tradition they have followed since desegregation. They held a prom separate from the school prom more…

Salute to Sen. Byrd

by Ellen Ratner -- In politics, there is often a lot of empty preening about "speaking truth to power." It's an image that both the right and left would love to possess more…

The "itty bitty" tax cut

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Marc Leavy,CFP? is a regular financial columnist for Business Reform Magazine, the leading Christian business magazine with over 100,000 readers. Each issue features practical advice on more…

What liberal media?

by Kyle Williams -- We all do stupid things, but we all don't write about them in a column. I am one of the few who openly wrote about a stupid thing more…

Mailbox Vox: Articulation on confiscation

by Vox Day -- I have a very simple question. What happens to all the personal property that is confiscated at airports? I ask because my husband travels on business with his more…

U.N. influence in Alabama

by Henry Lamb -- Only a handful of the people who gathered at the Birmingham Hilton on April 8, 2003, knew that the objective of the meeting was to implement U.N. policy more…

IAEA-NPT regime crisis?

by Gordon Prather -- As far as the five "permanent" members of the U.N. Security Council – the U.S., U.K., France, Russia and China – are concerned, the primary purpose of the more…

N.Y. Times scandal getting worse

by Les Kinsolving -- The Associated Press quotes the New York Times management as admitting that the Jayson Blair four years of lying as a Times reporter is "a low point in more…

Getting rid of SPAM

by Tom Ambrose -- These Internet ads are maddening! I get hundreds of e-mails each day, and many of them infect my mailbox with the most lurid assortment of bizarre, outrageous and more…