What Christmas 'slump'?

by Pat Boone -- I loved my friend, Sam Walton. I still do. I first met him when he was just getting started. At that time, he operated a scant 4,000 stores more…

WND's fatuous reporting

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Recently, WND published two articles concerning my lawsuit challenging the national motto: "God 'erased'? Suit could force city name changes" Nov. 22, and "Judge Moore files brief supporting more…

Imams and apple pie

by Joseph Farah -- Can you believe the six imams kicked off the US Airways flight in Minneapolis are threatening to sue? Can you believe they're walking around free rather than being more…

Lady Flames make history

by Jerry Falwell -- Anyone who knows me knows that I'm a sports nut. As the chancellor of Liberty University, you can often find me at a baseball or football game, wrestling more…

Is the Reagan era really over?

by Star Parker -- Sen. Chuck Schumer has called the recent Democratic takeover of Congress the end of the Reagan era. If we believe a red flag that the Wall Street Journal more…

Needed in Iraq: 28% more John Wayne

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Remarkable in the rhetoric of all the major leadership voices on the Iraq issue is the repeatability; you can trust that again and again cookie-cutter responses of wrongness more…

The history behind 'The Nativity Story'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "The Nativity Story" movie, which opened yesterday in many theaters around the world, is about the birth of Jesus Christ, the greatest and most influential historical figure who more…

At least Saddam kept order

by Ilana Mercer -- When it comes to Iraq, the pols and the pundits fetishize details, hang hopes on minutiae and forfeit a deeper understanding of the place and people. The devil more…

Latte-sipping Saddlebacker challenges critics

by Letter of the Week -- I am a coffee-drinking, Hawaiian-shirt wearing Saddleback Church member ["Warren's mini Disneyland," E-mail to the Editor, Nov. 29]. I have seen interesting stuff published about my church on more…

The war of all against all

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- A few days back, the "Today" show, speaking for NBC News, declared Iraq a "civil war," and said the network and CNBC and MSNBC would henceforth use that more…