Terri's life trumps
Bushes' careers

by Barbara Simpson -- As I write this, Terri Schiavo is alive. As you read this, she may be dead. But if she's living, I want Gov. Bush, President Bush and the more…

Warriors who wish
to be peacemakers

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- Let us say for a moment that we who oppose the withdrawal from Gaza were to belatedly and begrudgingly accept the calculus of disengagement. Imagine for a moment more…

After Terri

by Joseph Farah -- As I write these words, Terri Schiavo is still clinging to life, disproving the specious and irrelevant claim that nearly 20 years ago she made a casual statement more…

The 'quality of life' lie

by Kelly Hollowell -- How do you measure the value of life? Is it quality, quantity or something else? Right now the nation is once again split over the taking of human more…

Are all those judges
really murderer?

by Les Kinsolving -- She cannot speak. She cannot write. There is no possibly way to determine whether 41-year-old Terri Schiavo wants to continue in what numerous physicians who have examined her more…

As she lay dying

by Ilana Mercer -- I've yet to hear one liberal enunciate in the Terri Schiavo case the principle that moral law supersedes man's law. But whether they defer to reason or to more…

U.S., Israel preparing
for Iran war?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Editor's note: Jerome Corsi's sizzling new book "Atomic Iran," which was released this week, exposes how the terrorist regime bought the bomb ... and American politicians. For a more…

Government's chief role: To protect life

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Thomas Jefferson never knew Terri Schiavo. But his words resonate with relevance as we reflect on the roles that the state of Florida and the government of the more…

Open letter to Jeb Bush

by Elizabeth Farah -- Dear Gov. Bush: You are in a difficult position. There are few men who find themselves in a situation such as yours. Quite literally, you are the only more…

Baseball 'heroes' on steroids?

by Kyle Williams -- I remember the baseball season of 1998. I played baseball for eight years, but that season was somehow different. We were caught up in the magic of Major more…