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Can A Christian Pray To Allah

George W. Bush was twice elected President of the United States with great assistance from evangelical Christians, who, almost universally, believed he was a born-again believer. Many still hold onto that belief. In fact, evangelical Christians compose the bulk of the ever-shrinking base of support Bush has left. This is due almost exclusively to this belief that Bush is a born-again Christian.

By Guest Column Chuck Baldwin- Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Savaging Signing Statements

Charlie Savage came to national prominence this year for the series of articles he wrote on presidential signing statements.  These articles would earn Savage, the Washington correspondent for The Boston Globe, a Pulitzer Prize.

By Guest Column Aaron Goldstein- Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Will U.N. Sea Treaty Sink Sen. Coleman

Minnesota Republican Senator Norm Coleman has a tough re-election fight in 2008 and his Democratic opponent could be obnoxious left-wing comedian Al Franken. But Coleman, who chaired important hearings in 2005 into the United Nations oil-for-food scandal, is starting to make conservatives nervous. He skipped two important hearings on ratification of the controversial United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) but found enough time for a photo-op with rock star Bono.

By Cliff Kincaid - Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - Full Story

Bill Gives Gov’t Employees Free Education

That headline reads right, sad to say. A new bill that has already passed both houses of Congress and is headed for Bush’s desk forgives the student loans of Federal employees of 10 years service.  H.R.2669 gives already undeserving public employees yet another wonderful benefit that is denied to the average, working American.

By Warner Todd Huston - Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - Full Story

Un-American San Francisco Supervisors Condemn Michael Savage

City by the Bay’s Politicians Preach Tolerance But Won’t Tolerate Dissent

By Selwyn Duke - Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - Full Story

Feds Nail Over 1,300 Criminal Aliens and Immigration Fugitives

More than 1,300 criminal aliens, immigration fugitives, and immigration violators have been removed from the United States or are facing deportation following the largest special enforcement action ever carried out by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Fugitive Operations Teams anywhere in the nation.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - Full Story

Are the Communists Coming?

It is getting increasingly difficult to distinguish between the agenda of the Democratic party, and the agenda of the Communist Party. Joelle Fishman, Chair, Political Action Committee, CPUSA, says,

By Henry Lamb - Monday, October 8, 2007 - Full Story

The Iraqi Tar Baby

As one of those who thought the invasion of Iraq was a good thing to do for both humanitarian and strategic reasons, the flow of books by those who went there after the invasion or by Iraqis who did their best to put it on the path to democracy all tell essentially the same story.

By Alan Caruba - Monday, October 8, 2007 - Full Story

Bill Clinton and Al Gore’s ‘Phony Soldiers’

Talker Rush Limbaugh is under fire for being falsely accused of saying that any U.S. soldier who comes out against the war is a “phony soldier.” He did not, of course, say such a thing. Rush was actually talking about a man named Jesse Macbeth, who was touted by anti-war activists as a soldier who came out against the war, but it turned out later that Macbeth never served in the military at all.

By Warner Todd Huston - Monday, October 8, 2007 - Full Story

When did Life, Liberty and Freedom Become an extreme Right-Wing Idea

So-called “right-wing conservatives” (the foundational base of the Republican Party) are prepared to grant Republican moderates who hijacked their party, their 2008 election wish.

By JB Williams - Monday, October 8, 2007 - Full Story

More Vital to U.S. History: Columbus Day or Cesar Chavez’ Birthday

Racism is an insidious monster, regardless of its origin or target.

By John Lillpop - Monday, October 8, 2007 - Full Story

“E Pluribus Unum”

My sons are both in high school and are under the common teenage misconception that they are liberals. They parrot what they hear from their teachers, their friends at school, and their father from my first marriage. They don’t necessarily want to engage me in debate about my conservative beliefs.

By Nancy Salvato - Monday, October 8, 2007 - Full Story

The Blue Angels: A Symbol of U.S. Navy Pride

The U.S. Navy’s flight exhibition squadron, the Blue Angels, is a rare treat to behold. They are a fine example of the precision, discipline, and sheer guts exhibited by our military.

By Felicia Benamon - Monday, October 8, 2007 - Full Story

Fall Guy

If spring is the budding season, summer the season of sunshine and roses, and winter, except for snow-bunnies, the season that drives us southward, or indoors, then, autumn, dazzling in its cloak of blazing colors, is a season for all reasons.

By William Bedford - Sunday, October 7, 2007 - Full Story

Senator Calls Treaty a “Disaster” For America

Liberal Senate Democrats and the U.S. State Department are desperate to get the U.N.‘s Law of the Sea Treaty ratified.

By Cliff Kincaid - Sunday, October 7, 2007 - Full Story

Brainy Republicans Support U.N. Sea Treaty

“If Democrats had any brains, they’d be Republicans.” This is the new partisan blast from Ann Coulter. One major problem with her thesis is that her book is being released at a time when members of the Bush Administration are currently joining with liberal Senate Democrats in trying to rush through the dangerous U.N. Law of the Sea Treaty.

By Cliff Kincaid - Sunday, October 7, 2007 - Full Story

Obama Could Learn Plenty About Patriotism from Jim Broussard

imageTo the best of my knowledge, veteran Jim Broussard has never been, and is not now, a candidate for the U.S. presidency. I have no idea if Broussard is a Democrat, Republican, or Independent, or if he is even registered to vote.

Nonetheless, one thing is certain about the Reno, Nevada citizen: He has more understanding of, and respect for, patriotism and the American flag than Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama.

By John Lillpop - Sunday, October 7, 2007 - Full Story

Stocks Up, Hurricanes Down: Hail to the Chief?

While the mainstream media portray America as damn near uninhabitable because of President Bush, those who care should at least consider the “rest of the story” as Paul Harvey would say.

By John Lillpop - Sunday, October 7, 2007 - Full Story

Campus Crusade: bringing Christianity onto college campuses and beyond

Campus Crusade for Christ is an interdenominational ministry committed to helping take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations. The organization cooperates with millions of Christians from churches of many denominations and hundreds of other Christian organizations around the world to help Christians grow in their faith and share the Gospel message with their fellow countrymen.

By Jim Kouri - Sunday, October 7, 2007 - Full Story

A Giuliani Nomination Dooms The GOP And Maybe America

This past week, I was interviewed by best-selling author and World Net Daily columnist Jerome Corsi. The subject of the interview was the potential conservative Christian response to the possibility that Rudy Giuliani would gain the Republican nomination for President next year. (We also discussed the cozy connection between the Bush and Clinton families, which will probably be dealt with in a future Corsi column.)

By Guest Column Chuck Baldwin- Saturday, October 6, 2007 - Full Story