Philadelphia Trumpet  •  December 2000  •  Volume 11, No. 10
  • Cover Story
    The Rule of Lawyers
    How it has replaced the rule of law
  • Does Choosing a Leader Have to Be So Complicated?
    What God thinks of American democracy
  • Like a Biblical Prophet… Nobel Prize Winner Warned America
    Alexander Solzhenitsyn received the Nobel Prize for literature in 1970. He is one of the world’s most famous writers. In 1978, he delivered the Harvard commencement address. I believe it was the most condemning public speech ever given on American soil. America and the West scorned his warning message of hope. That negative reaction is proving to be a major disaster!
  • Departments
    From the Editor
    The Real Election Crisis
  • Articles
    The Drugging of America
    Why the world’s greatest superpower is also the world’s biggest drug addict
  • Yugoslavia Comes in From the Cold
    The European Union lost no time in drawing what is left of Yugoslavia into its net. The “newly democratized” states of Serbia and Montenegro formally became members of the EU’s Balkan Stability Pact in October.
  • Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely
    Continuing from last month’s feature, “Our Christian Duty,” we now investigate where there has been a real abuse of power.
  • Departments
    Commentary
    Duty, Honor, Country
    Have we become our own enemy?