Will 'gays' climb trees during GOP convention?

by Les Kinsolving -- On April 19, an Associated Press reporter, Sarah Kugler, reported from New York: President Bush's effort to ban gay marriage is driving gay-rights activists to plan protests and more…

Private enterprise: Solution to poor airline screening

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine is your exclusive source for real biblical answers to real business problems. www.businessreform.comThe revelation from the House of Representatives aviation subcommittee that many more…

The slow suicide

by Vox Day -- In Robert Heinlein's novel, "The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress," the revolution-leading professor tells his fellow revolutionary a story of a government functionary: "Manuel, once there was a more…

Ya'll pray now, ya hear?

by Barbara Simpson -- Karen Majewski, City Council President of Hamtramck, Mich., said, it has "very little to do with" the town. "It has to do with change." Uh oh. People of more…

What went down in Kansas City?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "I understand that the Vietnam Veterans, opposed to the war, have been given until four-thirty to vacate the Mall ... I trust we are not going to use more…

Owing "Abortapalooza" a debt of gratitude

by Doug Powers -- Pro-choice was, at one time, a way of life for me. It wasn't necessarily anything pertaining to abortion specifically, but rather a general lackadaisical approach to things in more…

A picture's worth a thousand words

by Ellen Ratner -- The pictures that were made public last week on "60 Minutes II" said it all to those who argue that the U.S. occupation of Iraq is about dominating more…

Campaign issue resolved

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

When intelligence is disinformation

by Gordon Prather -- During the Cold War, Soviet intelligence agencies sometimes provided us "disinformation" – false information, intended to obscure the truth. Hence, there were frequently sharp differences of opinion within more…