Taking the Name in vain

by Greg Laurie -- Greg Laurie is the author of 12 inspirational books, which are available online.In a previous article, I listed God's "Top Ten list" of all time, the Ten Commandments. more…

Bolton and the vigilantes

by Gordon Prather -- Ever since the Soviet Union disintegrated, the United Nations and its enforcement agency – the Security Council – has more often than not thwarted what the neo-crazies wanted more…

A new Senate American-style?

by Ted Byfield -- Prime Minister Steve Harper did it again last week. With little prior warning, he disclosed his intention of carrying out yet another promise he made during last winter's more…

Man's better-than-ever friend

by Pat Boone -- Who doesn't love dogs? If there's a human being who doesn't feel warm and friendly toward almost any normal canine, I suspect there's a gene missing somewhere. When more…

A conservative Arnold? Don't bet on it

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Just over one week after signing a sweeping pro-homosexual bill into law, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger showed textbook duplicity by vetoing a bill designed to outlaw public school more…

America's ideologue in chief

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "The war we fight today is more than a military conflict," said President Bush to the American Legion. "It is the decisive ideological struggle of the 21st century." more…

America remembers 9/11

by Melanie Morgan -- I hope you have the opportunity to spend quality time with your family this weekend. Hug your friends and loved ones tight. Cherish all that life offers you more…

The whining of Bubba & Co.

by Kevin McCullough -- Unable to compete in the world of free debate with transparent facts, liberals behaved like children this week, proving that in the end national security and even national more…

Democrats' gloating premature

by David Limbaugh -- I wonder if Democrats are getting the slightest bit nervous about the news – hot off the presses – that Iraqi security forces are actually taking over primary more…

Why is bin Laden breathing?

by Joseph Farah -- Five years after the worst foreign attack on U.S. soil, why is the man who claimed responsibility for it still alive? I'm surprised by how few people are more…