Philadelphia Trumpet  •  January 2001  •  Volume 12, No. 1
  • Cover Story
    Justice and Our “Evolving Constitution”
    Presidential candidate Al Gore said that we need an “evolving Constitution.” But why did Abraham Lincoln or other great leaders never use that expression? Before we ask for an “evolving Constitution,” we need to understand the end result of our evolving!
  • Disunited Kingdom
    Britain’s identity crisis has deepened. Its basic institutions, from the royal family to the union of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, have found their very reasons for existence challenged. What’s at the heart of this erosion of the once Great Britain?
  • A Picture of Political Chaos
    Israel must exorcise its own demons before it will ever solve its woes with the Arabs.
  • Articles
    Good vs. Evil
    Does it merely differentiate liberals from conservatives?
  • Winners and Losers
    Reports on the outcome of the December European Union summit ranged from euphoric to downright condemning. But for the EU’s leading nation, all goes according to plan.
  • Holy Roman Blitzkrieg
    Where Europe’s new rapid reaction force will ultimately lead
  • An Empire in the Making
    British author and political analyst Rodney Atkinson, b.a.,, m.i.l., is founder of the Campaign for United Kingdom Conservatism, an organization committed to educating British citizens about the growing power of the European Union. On November 28, 2000, Gerald Flurry and Ron Fraser interviewed Mr. Atkinson. Following are excerpts.
  • UK Embraces Transsexuals
  • Departments
    From the Editor
    Divided We Fall
  • United States and Britain in Prophecy
    The expanded, full text of Herbert W. Armstrong’s masterwork of Bible prophecy. Out of print for over a decade. Back again—for now, barring a court order to stop us!
  • Commentary
    Why the Electoral College?
    The Founding Fathers didn’t establish a democracy, but a republic.