Democrats 'negative unity' on Rice confirmation

by Craig R. Smith -- Last week's Senate confirmation hearing of Condoleezza Rice for U.S. secretary of state was less about determining her ability to execute the duties of this critical office than more…

Has the ACLU gone too far?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Believe it or not, there was a time when the American Civil Liberties Union was a respected organization that fought to protect civil liberties for all Americans. But more…

Making your home a piggy bank is risky business

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is your exclusive source for real biblical answers to real business problems. www.businessreform.com Americans are taking out home equity loans at a record more…

Outsourcing: The whole story

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Marilyn Barnewall Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business issues. To visit us, click here. Axiom: Positive purpose cannot exist when the more…

Being sued by Discover – Help!

by Dave Ramsey -- Being sued by Discover – Help! Dear Dave, I was notified yesterday that I’m being sued by Discover card through a local attorney. I owe them $10,000 plus more…

The corollary to the Bush Doctrine

by David Limbaugh -- I happen to believe that President Bush's inaugural speech was both a very big deal and not that big of a deal at all – a classic paradox. more…

The meaning of religious freedom

by Joseph Farah -- What does religious freedom mean to you? Does it mean you have the absolute right to practice your faith without restriction by the government? If so, and you more…

Changing values

by Star Parker -- This week marks the 32nd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision. Since 1973, the lives of 40 million babies have been extinguished. The anniversary of that Supreme more…

Professors as inquisitors

by Dennis Prager -- Some more bad news from our universities. Harvard came out against seeking truth, and academics throughout America came to its support. In a talk before fellow economists, Lawrence more…

An American that can't say no

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Historians celebrate his predecessor Truman and his successor JFK as near-great. Yet, Eisenhower is ignored. A positive-passive president, he is called, at best an average president. Yet, what more…