Avoiding antichrists

by Ted Baehr -- "Many deceivers, who do not acknowledge Jesus Christ as coming in the flesh, have gone out into the world. Any such person is the deceiver and the antichrist."– more…

Bush strategy in shambles

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- President Bush's war on terror is close to being derailed, and his Middle East policy is starting to look like downtown Jenin. What happened? Not long ago, President more…

Kid-poisoning music

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It's been 10 years since I was signed to RCA Records in Nashville to release my song "We Must Take America Back," though it seems like only a more…

Paying for Israel's 'sins'

by David Limbaugh -- The Israeli-Palestinian problem goes much deeper than a couple of small tracts of real estate, which is why bartering land for peace is not the solution. There is more…

Why Arafat lives on

by Joseph Farah -- How can a man who has done the following over the last 35 years not only continue to survive, but actually be promoted by the U.S. and by more…

Politicians: Read your Constitution!

by Joel Miller -- Though they swear an oath to uphold and defend it, politicians seem never to actually read the Constitution, let alone think about what it says. Ditto for the more…

Pray for peace, polish the weapons

by Bill O'Reilly -- What it seems to be coming down to is a war pitting fundamentalist Muslims all over the world against the United States and Britain. If you strip all more…

Ted Kennedy: Now in charge of health care

by Jane Chastain -- Ever wonder why Democrats are putting up roadblocks to President's Bush picks to the judiciary but his nominees to head the National Institutes of Heath and surgeon general more…

A market of extremes

by Doug Casey -- It's funny how the worm turns. Not even counting things like Tulip Mania and the South Sea and Mississippi Bubbles, financial history is replete with times such as more…

No peace till the oil runs dry

by -NO AUTHOR- -- My Arabic education has been a bittersweet one, starting in 1990, watching what the Iraqis did to Kuwait and the people there. I then spent, literally, 3,300 hours more…