What if ACLU were around 400 years ago?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Last night, I spoke in Jamestown, Va., site of the English landing and future colonization of our state. I was truly honored to speak there and to recount more…

Why fathers leave

by Jesse Lee Peterson -- One in three American children live in fatherless homes. One out of three. This is a national disaster. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Department more…

Forget the illegals, track the cows!

by Henry Lamb -- For more than 20 years, illegal aliens have crossed the U.S. border by the millions and have successfully avoided thousands of law enforcement officials whose job it is more…

Fathers: Now more than ever

by Greg Laurie -- Father's Day is a time to commemorate and honor the most important men in our lives – our fathers. And in these perilous times I think it's all more…

Gaza – what a surprise!

by Joseph Farah -- The U.S. State Department and the Israeli government appeasers are wringing their hands today because Hamas has consolidated its power in the Gaza Strip, executing members of the more…

Trust Teddy Kennedy, again?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In 1965, Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., was chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and Naturalization. He ushered through the Senate the immigration policy of President Lyndon B. more…

NAACP: Political hacks not helping blacks

by Star Parker -- The recent announcement by the NAACP of a major retrenchment due to funding shortfalls received brief coverage and got scant attention. But I think it is an important more…

Tar sands: More oil than Saudi Arabia

by Ted Byfield -- Canada's tar sands, which have become a major and secure supplier of oil to the United States, have also been singled out as a major target for American more…

Symposium: Should public school be mandatory?

by Ellis Washington -- Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle. Socrates used a method of teaching by asking questions. The Greeks more…

The distance between Rome and Prague

by Fiamma Nirenstein -- "I called my wife and I told her: He is clever; when we spoke he didn't make any mistake. Not even one? she asked. No, he didn't make more…