Why are most workers miserable?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business issues. To visit us, click here. According to research, there is an 83 percent probability that you spend more…

Not another damned commission

by Michelle Malkin -- Dead bodies are still floating all over New Orleans. Hundreds, if not thousands, of children are still searching for their parents. Wiped-out communities are still awaiting water and more…

The battle of New Orleans

by Burt Prelutsky -- When a disaster such as Katrina occurs, the first thing some people think to do is to place the blame. Because it was New Orleans that took the more…

A radical idea about relief

by Joseph Farah -- I have an admittedly radical idea about how to help relieve the suffering, loss and misery of the hundreds of thousands hit by Hurricane Katrina. Now, the way more…

A need to reach out

by Star Parker -- My cousins lived in New Orleans. They worked telemarketing jobs, earning minimum wage, while raising three children. Fortune had it that they left town for a wedding in more…

Throwing out the thugs

by Rebecca Hagelin -- "Women and children first." This famous, selfless cry for the safety of others is best associated with the tragedy of the Titanic, when thousands lost their lives in more…

Let's rebuild a better New Orleans

by Jim Rutz -- There was a sea-wall there in Galveston To keep those waters down, But the high tide from the ocean, Lord, Brought water into that town. Wasn't it a more…

Don't call, don't send

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…

Elijah (Cummings) and 'god'

by Mychal Massie -- Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., made a startling revelation during a press conference held by the Congressional Black Caucus. Cummings professed to know the mind of God saying, "To more…

The folly of empire

by Vox Day -- Neocons do not feel that kind of alarm or anxiety about the growth of the state in the past century, seeing it as natural, indeed inevitable ... People more…