After the Elections, Who is Keeping Score

After the Elections: Who is Keeping Score?Sports teams expect opponents to score against them. It is all part of the game. The important thing is to amass a steady string of victories to win the championship. The same logic that … Continue reading

The Errors of an Epoch

On a recent visit to Latvia, President Bush denounced the negotiations in Yalta, which abandoned Eastern Europe to the Soviet Union towards the end of World War II. He stated: The agreement at Yalta followed in the unjust tradition of … Continue reading

Krakow Says NO!

The city of Krakow would seem to be an unlikely place for a heated debate over homosexual “rights” and same-sex “marriage.” Poland’s cultural capital is situated in a conservative region in this overwhelmingly Catholic country. The city’s homosexual population is … Continue reading

Celebrating Victory in Chicago

On June 7, pro-life leaders and activists from around the country converged on the windy city to celebrate with Joe Scheidler and the Pro-Life Action League, the landmark Supreme Court ruling in favor of the unborn. The 8 to1 ruling … Continue reading

South of the Border A Mexican Taliban on the Move

Latin American revolutions are often bloody affairs. Images of Che Guevara-type guerrillas backed by Soviet military hardware and overthrowing corrupt regimes are the stuff of outdated and maudlin Marxist mythology. Such images are old hat. South of the border, something … Continue reading

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