Coulter charms Time magazine

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- When I saw the April 25 cover of Time, I thought that the magazine's profile would be a demonization of Ann Coulter. I imagine the photographer, editors and more…

A pioneer of Christian happy-talk

by Brannon Howse -- To attract the largest followings possible and because they have bought the lie of the new tolerance, many of America's churches, Christian publishers and Christian radio stations – more…

In Patrick Henry's footsteps

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: This is an excerpt from a speech given by Kevin Swanson, the executive director of the Colorado Home School Association, at a banquet that was part more…

Democrats against democracy

by James Kennedy -- Who's afraid of majority rule? Senate Democrats, it seems. They adamantly oppose the appeals court nominees of President Bush, but don't have the votes to reject them. What more…

Pulpit politicking

by Kyle Williams -- With the election of Germany's Joseph Ratzinger to the papacy as Benedict XVI, an interesting reaction has occurred. As soon as the announcement of "Habemus Papam" was heard more…

Hiroshima, or 'wheat smut'?

by Gordon Prather -- When the parties to the Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons meet next month for the 2005 NPT Review Conference you can be sure that Bonkers Bolton will more…

How to 'improve' the Endangered Species Act

by Henry Lamb -- No law has done more to destroy private property rights or done less to protect endangered species than the Endangered Species Act of 1973. Enormous debate is raging more…

No way out

by Letter of the Week -- We stand by wondering who will stop the communist organization called the American Civil Liberties Union. We wonder how our elected judges ever got elected in the first more…

The constitutional option: What's really at stake

by David Limbaugh -- The best way to understand the brouhaha over the Republican plan to invoke the constitutional option to prohibit Senate filibusters to thwart judicial nominations is that Democrats are more…