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March 20, 2000
A Bull Market for Fetal Tissue

Last year, Life Dynamics, a pro-life organization, began investigating rumors of a market for human fetal tissue. What they uncovered shocked and disgusted even the most ...

March 12, 2000
Crack Moms Ask the Supreme Court for Protection

Recently, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal of several women who were arrested after testing positive for cocaine while they were pregnant. The women argue that...

March 05, 2000
Will the Supreme Court Rule in Favor of a Police State?

Constitutional scholars are calling the term of the current Supreme Court the most important one in recent memory. The Court is taking on such vital issues as prayer at s...

February 20, 2000
The Population Control Movement's Billionaire Backers

On February 11, 1999, the United Nations Population Fund celebrated one of its largest gifts ever: $2.2 billion in stock. U.N. officials hailed the donation as demonstrat...

February 13, 2000
Separate but Unequal: Educating Homeless Children in America

In 1954, in the landmark Brown v. Board of Education case, the Supreme Court finally abandoned the idea that segregated public schools could co-exist as "separate but equ...

February 06, 2000
Is the Border Patrol Out of Control?

Since the mid-Nineties, federal agents have been pouring into southwestern border towns in an attempt to curb the flow of illegal immigrants from Mexico. However, their p...

January 30, 2000
Would Jesus Run for President?

Some pundits call it "playing the Jesus card." Others deride it by asking "What would candidate Jesus do?"Despite the criticism, however, Campaign 2000 has featured surpr...

January 23, 2000
The Supreme Court Tampers With the Fourth Amendment and Sanctions a Police State in the Inner City

Recently, the Supreme Court handed down a decision that threatens to create a police state in urban areas around this country. In a narrow 5-4 decision, the Court found t...

January 16, 2000
Whatever Happened to the Candidate of the People?

Over the next two weeks, the voters of Iowa and New Hampshire will go to the polls and cast the first real ballots in Campaign 2000. Unfortunately, those same voters won'...

January 09, 2000
Executing Juvenile Offenders: A Bad Idea Whose Time Has Gone

Steven Edward Roach, who is 23 years old, has spent the last six years on death row. On January 13, 2000, unless Governor Jim Gilmore intervenes, he is scheduled to becom...

January 02, 2000
The People and Events That Shaped the Twentieth Century

What was once proudly billed as "the American century" has been filled with turmoil, human carnage and extreme change. As we approach the final hissing moments of the Twe...

December 26, 1999
Homeless Children Are an Epidemic Problem in America

As the more fortunate of us revel in the comfort and joy of the holidays, thousands of people are on the streets with no place to seek shelter from the rasping, cold wind...

December 20, 1999
The Decline of the Traditional Family and the Threat to Democracy

The traditional family--a married man and woman with children--is in decline,even as lip service to "family values" is being paid to its importance from both the Left and...

December 12, 1999
Neutralizing a Beatle: The Government's Investigation of John Lennon

By early 1964, Beatlemania had taken the world by storm. Unlike their predecessors, the Beatles soon revealed themselves to be more than just entertainers. They were will...

December 05, 1999
Does George Bush Believe in the First Amendment?

A few weeks ago, a Boston reporter surprised presidential candidate George W. Bush, Jr. with a quiz on foreign policy. Asked to name the leaders of four countries that a...

November 28, 1999
Are Principles a Thing of the Past for Politicians?

In 1987, then-Senator Al Gore sent a letter to one of his constituents in Tennessee. In it, he assured the man that he was strongly opposed to federal funding of abortion...

November 22, 1999
Does Religious Speech Have a Prayer in Our Schools?

On Thanksgiving Day, two great American traditions are on display in homes across the country. First, many families give thanks for God's blessings on this country over t...

November 07, 1999
The FBI's Project Megiddo: Laying the Ground Work for Another Waco?

FBI officials recently converged on a meeting of the International Association of Chiefs of Police in North Carolina. Their mission? To communicate to the law enforcement...

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