Faith of our fathers

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Should we fear a man who prays? Some liberals think we should. They're apparently comfortable, to judge from Father's Day advertisements, with men who fish, golf, repair things more…

The pimp and the president

by Joseph Farah -- In the 2004 presidential election, exit polls showed 22 percent of voters cited "moral values" as the one issue that mattered most when considering how to vote. More more…

Terrorism threat justifies troops on borders

by Jon Dougherty -- When other countries feel threatened by terrorism, their leaders do the most prudent thing they can think of: They deploy military forces along their borders, to help prevent more…

McConnell: A new type of Souter

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Judge Michael McConnell is shaping up to be the next David Souter, the notorious Supreme Court nominee of the first President Bush who betrayed Bush's supporters. Justice Souter more…

In search of the family superhero

by Kevin McCullough -- A French study, just released, makes the claim that the traditional man is on the way out. The managing director of the group which conducted the study said more…

It depends what the meaning of 'misspeak' is

by David Limbaugh -- It's rather amusing, frankly, to see certain Democrats trying to distance themselves from Howard Dean's latest round of vitriol against the Republican Party, when you consider the systematic more…

There's something about Hillary ...

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Hillary Clinton is looming on the political horizon. She got her wish during the 2004 election cycle: John Kerry went down in flames. Now she is the phoenix more…

The anti-life name game

by Jill Stanek -- Anti-lifers recently began floating an interesting strategy – attempting to use pro-life verbiage against pro-lifers. "The anti-life opposition to embryonic stem-cell research," by the Ayn Rand Institute's David more…

Instant theocracy!

by Craige McMillan -- If only I'd of known how easy it was to implement a theocracy! So little time, so many adoring subjects. Why, back in high school, I would have more…