August 2002 • Volume 13, NO. 7
In a culture infatuated with newness, our seniors are being cast aside.
Rampant fire and flood, massive corporate fraud, carnage on Wall Street, the dollar toppled by the euro, capital flight, continuing fear of terrorist strikes—all this in just the first half of the year. Is it mere coincidence, or is there a reason for this confluence of curses on America?
Greedy leaders are bringing down America’s big business. Will our faith in the system ever be the same?
What the declining dollar means for Asia
Asians have considered the possibility for years. Could it ever happen?
Suddenly, royalty is back in fashion in Europe. What is stimulating the return of Europe’s royal families?
An update on the German election: Stoiber looks ready to take over and lead his nation again to greatness.
Even in harder economic times, people are addicted to idleness and ease. Here is how it is hurting us.
A look at water shows that the idea of evolution is all wet.
The price of keeping pace in a caffeinated world