Faith of our fathers

by Chuck Baldwin -- Current history books portray America's Founding Fathers as a bunch of fanatical rebels. They are repeatedly denigrated and impugned as insensitive, mean-spirited chauvinists who hated women and minorities. more…

Rules of engagement

by Richard Grenier -- I thought I'd never get over it. Here I'd just gotten out of the Navy, and in the armed services people were still dying for their country every more…

Too many agencies with nothing to do

by Jon Dougherty -- Oh great! Now my water heater is an environmental pollution device and needs new federal regulations to "strengthen" existing ones regulating the amount of pollution my water heater more…

The Evidence of the Empty Tomb

by Jerry Falwell -- As we celebrate the glorious resurrection of Jesus Christ this Easter, it is important to note that He was more than just a great teacher. He proved that more…

Marriage: A precious institution

by Alan Keyes -- Last week, I discussed the movement to establish homosexual "domestic partnerships" as a legal equivalent to heterosexual marriage. I concluded that the proposal was so irresponsible and dangerous more…

Good statism vs. bad

by Elizabeth Farah -- The press believes the principles at stake in the Elian Gonzales case are vital to the cause of liberty; it must report every detail to ensure the facts more…

Breaking the power of witchcraft

by Stuart Goldman -- All of the occult sciences are extremely complicated. There are some which seem very innocent, but in reality, all occultism, bar none, is cancerous. That is to say, more…

World Bank and global socialism

by John N. Doggett -- Last weekend's Washington, D.C., protests by the Gen X Hippie Nation were the first time that many Americans realized that the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund more…

Cyberspace dangers

by Inside the Ring -- A senior Pentagon security official sees the major threat to the U.S. military today as enemies who use "asymmetrical'' means. J. William Leonard, deputy assistant defense secretary for more…

Elian nation

by Joseph Farah -- Despite the fact that the story of young Elian Gonzalez has at once riveted and divided the nation, I haven't commented extensively on it. This is one of more…