Is debt a big deal?

by Doug Casey -- The over leveraging of the U.S. government, corporations and consumers became a matter of popular concern in the '80s. In fact, the country's slide into debt has been more…

Countering the spin

by Ralph Reiland -- The Los Angeles Times provided a liberal spin on the Bush tax cut with an analysis by syndicated columnist Matthew Miller: "The tax bill was the big battle more…

WWII: Remembering the past

by Gordon Prather -- Well, Hollywood has reportedly made a blockbuster movie for those of you who aren't old enough to "Remember Pearl Harbor" If it's historically accurate – as it is more…

A girl's life in Communist China

by Cynthia Grenier -- Annie Wang has just finished her first novel in English. She has, according to her dust jacket, published several books in China, a country she left in 1993. more…

Smokescreen?

by Yaffah daCosta -- Sometimes, we get diverted from our main path, the one we are supposed to be on because of our honor and integrity, or a commitment that had been more…

Killing off the Ten Commandments

by Jerry Falwell -- People of faith across the nation were disheartened on Tuesday when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an important case involving the display of the Ten Commandments. more…

Does the FBI have a hidden hero?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- When Morris Kuper testified at the trial of Terry Nichols, Tim McVeigh's co-conspirator in the Oklahoma City bombing, he said that at 8:02 a.m. he had seen a more…

Big-time political scandals in France!

by Richard Grenier -- Here in America we've had our share of scandals in high places – our president and Monica, of course – but if you take a look at the more…