Coal in her stocking

by Barbara Simpson -- Christmas came a bit early in Philadelphia – and the Santa in this case, wasn't wearing a red suit. The color scheme in this perversion of Christmas is more…

Deadly drug-war chickens

by Ilana Mercer -- This is the age of bureaucratic free-association. The president stretches on a couch, his minions say "terrorism," prompting him to conjure from the recesses of his mind various more…

No equal rights for Christians?

by Michael Medved -- Why should a state capitol building – or any other public facility, for that matter – use Jewish religious symbols to celebrate the holiday season while offering no more…

Saving the Christmas child

by Rebecca Hagelin -- It's all about a little baby whose life was saved even before he was born. The pre-born child's mother was very young – and single. She was a more…

Student backs Bush, blasts NEA

by Kyle Williams -- On Tuesday, Dec. 18, Congress passed a major and long-awaited education bill. The House passed the bill in an overwhelming vote of 381-to-41, while the Senate passed it more…

Jesus, the Lamb of God

by Joseph Farah -- Tomorrow, millions of Christians around the world celebrate the birth of the One they believe to be the Savior of the world, the Prince of Peace, the Son more…

Santa smear

by Joel Miller -- It's customarily said that Christmas is done "for the kids." Considering how awful Christmas is and how little our society likes children, this must be true.– P.J. O'Rourke more…

The day God became a man

by Jerry Falwell -- And so it was, that, while they were there, the days were accomplished that she should be delivered. And she brought forth her firstborn Son, and wrapped Him more…

Salad-bar babies

by Ellen Makkai -- Reproductive roulette is coming to an end. Humanity is on the brink of create-your-own-kid consumerism. No longer are we stuck with a tot that looks more like Chewbacca more…

Teaching the essentials

by Alan Keyes -- According to the Washington Post, "The start of the war on terrorism proved an unexpected tonic for education reform." The Post cites a White House aide who said, more…