Liberal lunacy always blames things, not people

by Michael Medved -- The contrast in recent headlines by the two major cable TV news networks cast startlingly vivid light on the fundamental difference between conservative and liberal worldviews. After a more…

Another day older

by Barbara Simpson -- How old are you? Young, middle-aged, old – or really o-l-d? Are you as old as you are, as old as you look or as old as you more…

Hypocrisy in education

by Jerry Falwell -- What would be the response of civil libertarians and leftist academics if a major state-run university decided to mandate that all incoming freshmen students study a commentary on more…

Osama bin-greenie

by Henry Lamb -- While we are restructuring our government to rout out terrorists, we need to recognize that not all terrorists worship Allah – we have terrorists in this country who more…

Gore's wishful posturing

by Kyle Williams -- After the attacks in September, Al Gore stood behind the president just like every other liberal Democrat politician, complimenting and encouraging President Bush. I guess the events of more…

Gore's revenge

by Gordon Prather -- You probably thought that, when President Bush rejected the Kyoto Global Warming Protocols, that was the end of it for all of us. At least until Jan. 20, more…

Gambling: A scam against the 'little guy'

by Ellen Ratner -- In the year 2000, the American people – mostly the little guys – sunk some $866 billion into "it," most of which was lost. The dollars thrown into more…

Hollywood's descent into debauchery

by Jon Dougherty -- While Tinseltown is known for its leading men and women, when it comes to good old-fashioned morality, Hollywood is devoid of leadership. In last week's issue of Parade more…

Feinstein fumbles the truth

by Thomas Jipping -- Few judicial nominees are better qualified or more honorable than Justice Priscilla Owen, since 1994 a member of the Texas Supreme Court. And few nominees have been treated more…

Mixing 'church' and state?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is being sued over a summer reading assignment that it has given to its 3,600 incoming freshmen and transfer students. more…