Peaceful rising?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- When Chairman Hu Jintao visited Washington this week, I hope President Bush used his East Texas charm for some straight talk on what Congress and the American people more…

The secret to life

by Greg Laurie -- Have you ever been semi-listening in on someone's conversation? (Not intentionally, of course.) Maybe you were in a restaurant and you heard those magic words at the table more…

They're after me, again

by Joseph Farah -- What's the old saying? You're not paranoid if they really are after you. Well, they're after me, again. Who? How about the group that wins the award for more…

Holding TV networks accountable

by Jerry Falwell -- The four major TV networks have sued the FCC over the federal agency's March 15 multi-million-dollar indecency fines against them. The networks are complaining that the FCC "overstepped more…

God's waning approval rating

by Ted Byfield -- An Ipsos Reid poll last week underlined something that has become increasingly evident both culturally and politically. The United States is a far more Christian country than its more…

What's in a (family) name?

by Les Kinsolving -- The Sunday Baltimore Sun, at the top of Page 1 of its IDEAS section, has a headline: "NEWS WHITEOUT – or: BUSH VERSUS THE REPORTERS," by Sun reporter more…

You've got a friend

by Pat Boone -- Yes, you've got a friend. A friend this side of the grave, and beyond. I'm not talking about Jesus, although I believe He's the best friend any of more…

Nuking bunkers

by Gordon Prather -- Just before Christmas, a few days after President Bill Clinton had been impeached by the House of Representatives, Clinton received "intelligence" from Iraqi "exiles" that Saddam Hussein and more…

Revs arrive, truth dies

by Craig R. Smith -- Over the last month the story of the Duke Lacrosse team has been front and center on the radar screen of every news outlet in America. While I more…

War has been declared

by Joseph Farah -- We often talk about the illegal-immigration crisis as an "invasion." Some surely consider that hyperbole. Invasion? Isn't an invasion part of an act of war? That's right. And more…