Land of the free …

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series of columns by Joseph Farah commemorating Independence Day 2001. It's that time of the year – with Independence more…

Olympic games in Beijing a new low

by Don Feder -- The Bush administration has declared moral neutrality in foreign policy – that is to say, it will take no position on holding the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. This more…

Aspiring beyond the 'now'

by J.R. Nyquist -- In 1977, Walter Kaufmann of Princeton University wrote a book entitled "The Future of the Humanities." In this book Kaufmann suggested that four distinct tendencies could be discerned more…

New Internet treaty readied

by Henry Lamb -- Unlike most recent international treaties, this new Internet Treaty was developed in relative secrecy, not by the United Nations, but by the Council of Europe – a 43 more…

Hypocrisy and double standards

by Yaffah daCosta -- This weekend the Jewish world and biblical Christians will be studying the texts called Chukkat (Hebrew for "statutes," in Numbers Chapters 19-21). They'll be discussing how some of more…

Betting the farm on garbage

by Gordon Prather -- The global warming eco-wackos have demanded that President Bush swear fealty to Al Gore's Kyoto Protocols – which would require us to cut back our current use of more…

When women were tough

by Cynthia Grenier -- The other week, I came across a review in the Weekly Standard of a book, "Good Girl Messages: How Young Women Were Misled by Their Favorite Books." Gina more…

Happy dreams, little Oedipus

by Richard Grenier -- The filmographies of those two master film craftsmen, Stanley Kubrick and Steven Spielberg each include works touching on life in some distant time – "2001," "Clockwork Orange," "E.T.," more…

Churches that changed the world

by Jerry Falwell -- Editors note: This is an abbreviated version of Jerry Falwell's message to the Southern Baptist Convention's Pastors Conference in the New Orleans Superdome, June 10.Many churches during the more…

Conservatives win, neo-cons don't

by Jon Dougherty -- Republican strategists and political leaders can continue to listen to neo-conservative pinheads pushing their "move-to-the-center" garbage – and lose – or they can start taking the advice of more…