December 2004 • Volume 15, NO. 10
Calling evil by its name
The potent Western press has become an unwitting tool for terrorists because it is scared—or worse, sympathetic.
The truth behind Iran’s ploy for power in the Middle East.
Britain was ill-prepared for World War i. Although it had enlarged its Navy, its standing Army had been reduced in size in the years leading up to the war. It wasn’t until Britain had engaged Germany that a sufficient fighting force was raised, with the help of its allies, to eventually bring the nation to victory.
The red states may have won an election. But the blue states won the culture war.
Can you remain sexually pure in a smutty world?
The country is divided over how to view the Bush victory. Both sides are right—and wrong.
Stealing is the “acceptable” sin. Could you be a thief? Here’s how you can prevent this sin from entering into your life.