Eulogy for Network News:
A Rather sad swan song

by Doug Powers -- Title of speech: In remembrance of Network News Date: September 2004 Location: Our Lady of the Forged Documents, N.Y. Theme: "They slipped the surly bonds of Earth, to more…

Ex-Muslims fear for their lives – in America

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As the world recoils in horror at the massacres of children by Chechen jihadists in Beslan, Russia, security agencies are examining the possibility that such an attack could more…

A parent's best role:
Camp counselor

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- After five summers as a camper at "Sleepaway Camp," at the tender age of 14, I became the junior counselor of my own bunk. They told me it more…

Terrorists in our
children's midst

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The world watched last week as Islamic terrorists in Russia massacred the children of Breslan. And as we watched, many of us pulled our kids closer to us more…

American the childish

by Kyle Williams -- What is the status of public discourse in this nation and where is it going? These questions we must ask ourselves. You don't have to look too far more…

U.S. to invade South Korea?

by Gordon Prather -- This week, Undersecretary John Bolton will demand that the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency refer to the U.N. Security Council for possible punishment the more…

Here come the attack dogs

by Jerry Falwell -- You knew they were coming. You could almost hear the attack dogs howling on the horizon as the Republican National Convention wrapped up. And after President Bush received more…

Your vote: A terrible thing
to waste

by Kelly Hollowell -- In response to my column last week, "The GOP tent: How big is too big?" comments ranged from agreement, to those accusing me of a pro-abortionist position, to more…

Letting terrorists off the hook

by Michael Evans -- Najaf was the most important test so far of the Bush Doctrine on terrorism, and we flunked it. For weeks, Shiite warlord Muqtada al-Sadr held the combined forces more…

S&M happiness pursuers

by Les Kinsolving -- Franklin Kameny, Ph.D., founder of Washington, D.C.'s pioneer homosexual activist organization, the Mattachine Society, is known as the father of gay activist militancy. He has now written his more…