Obama campaign: Still all sizzle, no steak

by Star Parker -- The news that Barack Obama raised nearly as much money in the first quarter as Hillary Rodham Clinton, and raised these funds from a broader and deeper base, more…

At the tomb on Easter morn

by Jerry Falwell -- Have you ever pictured in your mind the morning of Jesus' resurrection? Picture it with me, if you will. We see Mary, Jesus' mother, Mary Magdalene, Joanna and more…

Neville Chamberlain's revenge

by Ellis Washington -- We have peace in our time. – Neville Chamberlain (The Munich Pact with Hitler, 1938) Democrats are on the precipice of securing their reputation as the Chamberlains of more…

Who hires and fires around here?

by Pat Boone -- Who tells the boss whom he can hire and fire? Other employees? Is it that way where you work? Maybe, if you're a member of Congress, or are more…

A skeptic looks at Easter

by Greg Laurie -- Greg Laurie is the author of 12 inspirational books, which are available online.All my life I have asked lots of questions. It's because of my upbringing, which in more…

Is 'CSI: New York' really 'history'?

by Ted Byfield -- Much as some Canadians may resent government agencies telling us what we must and must not see on television, Canada's watchdog of the television industry for once appears more…

Out of the pan, into the fire

by Henry Lamb -- Republicans and other conservatives had many reasons to be disappointed and upset with the Republican White House and Congress. Porous borders and the steady march toward a North more…

Magnanimous Mahmoud

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The Easter pardon by Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of the 15 British sailors and Marines, seized by Iranian Revolutionary Guards in waters off the Iraqi coast two weeks ago, more…

The Passion of the followers of Christ

by Ted Baehr -- The collapse of Western civilization has been bemoaned and intoned by scholars as diverse as Arnold Toynbee, Francis Schaeffer and Vishal Mangalwadi. The reason for the collapse is more…

War is brutal – let's wage it that way

by Letter of the Week -- Larry Elder almost got it right – almost ["The Iraq war's other front – my doctor's office"]. His historical review of U.S. war deaths was right on and more…