The astonishing pilgrimage of Europeans to Vatican City for the most attended funeral in history obscured a stark fact confronting the conclave that on Monday begins selecting the next pope: Vatican City is 109 acres of faith in a European sea of unbelief.
Seemingly untouched by our culture, this truly is an island paradise. On this trip, I have brought my three children and three of their friends. Because the only access to the beach is by boat, I feel we're safe here-safe from a culture that's gone stark raving mad.
In any first draft of history, the president of the United States and Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall wouldn't have much in common. But events demand a good rewrite man.
The mother's 1999 experience indicates the need for Sen. Sam Brownback's bill, the Prenatally Diagnosed Condition Awareness Act.
Doing things they say you can't is one of this life's most delicious aspects.
What better spot for West Virginian Hiram Lewis IV, an Iraq war veteran and judge advocate general (JAG) officer, to announce his candidacy against Democratic Sen. Robert C. Byrd than from the base of the Robert C. Byrd statue in the state's Capitol rotunda?
One of the most frequently offered arguments by proponents of same-sex marriage is that it is not gays wanting to marry a member of the same sex that threatens the institution of marriage, it is the high divorce rate among heterosexuals.
Stories on Larry Franklin, dual loyalties, and espionage for Israel look more far-fetched with each passing day.