U.S. threatening nuke treaty?

by Gordon Prather -- During the Cold War, we were understandably concerned that the Soviets might nuke 50 or 60 million of us in our jammies. Post-Cold War, there remains the concern more…

Pulitzer board votes in the dark

by Les Kinsolving -- Walter Duranty, the New York Times Moscow correspondent, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1932 – despite being described by his fellow Soviet Union correspondent Malcolm Muggeridge as more…

The 'offensiveness' of Jesus

by David Limbaugh -- It amazes me that people can still, with a straight face, deny that Christians are the subjects of systematic discrimination in this country. Every time I turn around more…

U.N.: Yellowstone no longer
'in danger'

by Henry Lamb -- The World Heritage Committee has decided to remove its "in danger" designation from Yellowstone National Park. In a lengthy report, the committee "urges the State Party (the United more…

Kidnapping in Candelaria

by Jon Dougherty -- Ever hear of a place called Candelaria, Texas? Few have, but it's the most recent battleground in the escalating border war between Mexico and the United States – more…

Child abuse, Cajun-style

by Bill Press -- I have a confession to make: I am a card-carrying member of the American Civil Liberties Union. That doesn't mean I always agree with that bunch of lefties. more…

Hell hath no fury like a Gray Lady scorned

by Bob Kohn -- As news broke last week that President Bush was returning from a historical Thanksgiving Day visit to the troops in Baghdad, Philip Taubman, the Washington bureau chief of more…

What's happened to character?

by Doug Giles -- I don't think it does any good for me to try to tell you where it has gone – you've probably got a good idea, anyway – but more…

Michael Jackson's debt

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is your exclusive source for real biblical answers to real business problems. www.businessreform.comWhile charges and counter charges fly about Michael Jackson, a key more…