2006: The new 'commodity of exchange'

by Craig R. Smith -- "Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom and instruction and understanding." – Proverbs 23:23 Finding the truth can be hard in today's busy, noisy world, but more…

The justice and the priestess

by Joseph Farah -- I guess you could call it a think piece that the daughter of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer wrote in Slate.com just before Christmas. I'm guessing, because more…

Accept help from father?

by Dave Ramsey -- Accept help from father? Dear Dave, We have $21,000 in credit card debt and ongoing medical expenses for our special-needs child. My husband works very hard, brings in more…

The costs of war

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The Democrats have made quite a fuss over American casualties in Iraq. So far, about 2,200 American soldiers have been killed in that war, and many thousands have more…

Top 10 overlooked stories of 2005

by Jim Rutz -- If you're tired of hearing the rehashes of Katrina, Iraq, terrorism, et al., this will give you a little breather. 1. World evangelization. The Earth is becoming Christian more…

What's right with Kansas

by Jack Cashill -- There is a certain class of conservatives that one meets at parties or sees on television – or even reads in books – that will go on at more…

Resolutions worth keeping

by Mychal Massie -- It's a new year and resolutions have been made about everything from eating and drinking, to spending and saving, to gaining and losing, to doing and refraining. To more…

2006: A facile prophecy

by Vox Day -- Where the litters are overturned by the whirlwind and fingers are stained in porphyry the olde republic will be troubled by its people. At this time the elephant more…

Tookie and The Terminator

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- What is it about the fate of convicted killer Stanley "Tookie" Williams that so engrossed the Hollyleft and Euroleft? A founder of the Crips – a Los Angeles more…

Media startled, astonished, astounded

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…