Christian outrage at Christmas – why bother?

by Kyle Williams -- I've always liked Christmastime. I know everyone has different impressions of this season, but for me it was always one of peace. Still, this year, like every other more…

N.Y. Times interviews
nuke czar

by Gordon Prather -- David Sanger – a New York Times reporter – has actually visited the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna and interviewed its director general, Mohamed ElBaradei. Sanger's resulting more…

The left's hypocrisy on morals

by David Limbaugh -- Isn't it ironic that liberals seem to resent conservatives for promoting moral issues and being judgmental when every ounce of their leftist fiber bristles with an air of more…

A 'living tree' constitution?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Many words in the English language can be used to describe the Supreme Court of Canada's ruling on Thursday condoning homosexual marriage. Asinine immediately comes to mind, followed more…

The problem isn't Kofi Annan ... it's the U.N.

by Michael Reagan -- Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman wants U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan to quit his job, retiring U.S. Envoy John Danforth thinks the United Nations is not doing its job, more…

Jane Harman as top spook?

by Joseph Farah -- Can it possibly be true? Is Rep. Jane Harman, D-Calif., really under consideration by the White House as the first director of national intelligence? That's one of the more…

Protecting your kids from Internet predators

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Like many of today's 12-year-old girls, my daughter can type up a storm "chatting" with her little friends online. As a matter of fact, Kristin seems to type more…

The 'Oil-For-Food' crisis deepens

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The United Nations officially came into existence on Oct. 24, 1945. The world had decided it must unite to prevent another catastrophic world war. The United Nations was more…

Onward Christian soldiers!

by Bill Press -- For many religious conservatives, re-electing President Bush wasn't enough. They have a much bigger goal in mind. They won't be happy until they tear down the wall of more…

It's a class thang

by Erik Rush -- It's a sweltering summer night in 1967 on Chicago's West side. The building, occupied exclusively by impoverished blacks, ought to have been condemned, but this is Chicago, after more…