Where the religious right is wrong

by Letter of the Week -- As I read the news that Dobson and Company decided to back a third-party candidate if the GOP nominated a pro-abortion candidate, I asked myself why. I wondered more…

Ron Paul's electability

by Ilana Mercer -- About one thing Mike Huckabee is right (OK, maybe two): The presidential hopeful told Chris Matthews that if Republicans want to win the 2008 election, they must nominate more…

'Make peace with us – or we'll kill you!'

by Hal Lindsey -- An open letter issued by a group of 138 Muslim scholars, clerics and academics issued an "invitation" to the Vatican, the archbishop of Canterbury and other Christian leaders more…

3rd-party vote = loss of 2nd Amendment?

by Sandy Froman -- Some conservative leaders are saying they might back a third-party candidate if the GOP nominee is not pro-life. While the principles and values underlying their point of view more…

A tale of 2 'massacres'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Ever see a trailer for an upcoming film, get motivated to see it, spend money for a ticket, watch it and realize the commercial was nothing like the more…

Charting a course for 'common ground'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Politics is a bruising, full-contact sport – as Ronald Reagan discovered shortly after his inauguration. In his autobiography, "An American Life," he tells how he and Nancy hosted more…

America's have-nots doubled in 20 years?

by Larry Elder -- Thirty-four percent of Americans say they belong to the "have-nots." Twenty years ago, only 17 percent of Americans defined themselves this way. What happened? Apparently, party affiliation, race more…