Teddy bear immigration

by Craig R. Smith -- Teddy Roosevelt had an interesting viewpoint on the issue of immigration in America. His thoughts so much sound like a majority of the mail I have received lately more…

Tax Day blues

by Doug Powers -- "What at first was plunder assumed the softer name of revenue." – Thomas Paine Today is the day when the tax returns of all hard-working citizens of the more…

What do you live for?

by Greg Laurie -- Awhile ago, a question in a magazine advertisement caught my attention: "Is it an alarm or a calling that gets you out of bed in the morning?" I more…

Another fishy missing link

by Joseph Farah -- It's been a week since the scientific world went gaga over a fish called "Tiktaalik," which is being billed as the missing link between water and land animals. more…

Will your kids be named Dhimmi?

by Henry Lamb -- The term "dhimmi" ("dh" pronounced as "Z") means "protected" and describes the status of non-Muslims who are allowed to live under conditions that render them inferior to their more…

Rebutting Darwinists

by Ted Byfield -- I suggested here last week that the established authorities of every age act consistently. They become vigilantly militant against non-conforming dissidents who challenge their assumptions. Thus when the more…

A cardinal cheers on lawbreakers

by Les Kinsolving -- Ever since he took on the Episcopal Church's sexual demagogue, Jack Spong, when they were both bishops in New Jersey, I have been impressed by Washington's Catholic archbishop, more…

Busting empty bunkers

by Gordon Prather -- On April 12, Bloomberg News "reported" that: Iran, defying United Nations Security Council demands to halt its nuclear program, may be capable of making a nuclear bomb within more…

Where's the respect for law?

by Alan Keyes -- As the drama of decision concerning the crisis of illegal immigration unfolds, many Americans are dismayed at the casual disdain for law enforcement being shown by the supporters more…

Ex-'gays': Ignored and discounted

by Jerry Falwell -- I would like to tell you about some people who are often treated as if they do not exist. While they flourish as citizens and are active in more…