It's only censorship, but they like it

by Doug Powers -- Mentioning "censorship" to artists is like saying "milk" to the lactose intolerant, but sometimes you can get them to sneak a sip provided it's to stave off osteoporosis more…

The pusillanimous president

by Ellen Ratner -- The latest flap within the Bush administration illustrates better than nothing else what has gone wrong with our war in Iraq. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice recently understated more…

Why politicians lie, and why
we believe them

by David Kupelian -- In "The Marketing of Evil" I expose many powerful manipulation techniques used to alter Americans' attitudes on the vital issues of the day. But there's one technique that more…

When worst is 'best'

by Pat Boone -- I'm a singer. I hope you've noticed. For 50 years now, I've made a nice living and enjoyed a wondrous life, singing. Making music. When I got my more…

Through the storm

by Greg Laurie -- A couple of years ago, my son Jonathan was taking scuba-diving lessons. He had been trained for a few hours on the previous day, and now it was more…

Incarcerated for Christ

by Jerry Falwell -- All over the world, Christians are persecuted for their faith. Some are jailed for meeting in non-state-sanctioned house churches; some are beaten because they dare to express faith more…

Our new strategic partner

by Gordon Prather -- "The U.S.-India civil nuclear deal is a strategic win," according to Secretary of State Condi Rice, and "seen in the larger context of the elevation of India-United States more…

Kennedy's revisionist history

by Joseph Farah -- Ted Kennedy is offering up a history lesson in a new book, "America Back on Track," that defends the indefensible appeasement policies he and his party have made more…