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New Attacks on Taxes

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Q: When does it pay to live in sin? A: When Uncle Sam is footing the bill. But now, some Republicans in Congress hope to make this past April 15 one of the…

In this issue: "New attacks on taxes," April 18, 1998


CBS: Crassly Broadcasting Sewage?

By Cal Thomas

National | But radio's "Dr. Laura" refused to sink to Stern's level by becoming a colleague

Micromanaging Micronesia? Playing politics with persecution

By Mindy Belz

International | Reports of forced abortion and religious persecution in a U.S. island commonwealth played on the sympathies of religious conservatives in Washington. But a…



A good dog having a bad day. Animal-rights attorney Steven Wise, who won a legal case for the owner of a St. Bernard accused of mauling a resident in Lincoln,

This Week

NATO to the rescue? It's time to declare war on the Year 2000 computer problem, says Edward Yardeni, chief economist for investment bank Deutsche Morgan…



Tone off I was disturbed by the tone of your article on Promise Keepers, "What went wrong?" (March 21). In my opinion Promise Keepers was portrayed not unlike…

Dewey's legacy

We have a generation that undervalues our rich cultural heritage

The Y2K opportunity

By Joel Belz

How obediently would we walk in such a dire setting?

Christian journalism

By Marvin Olasky

Yes, Mr. Craig, there was a Publick Occurrences


Books: God without faith

By Roy Maynard

Books | A new book on the evidence for God's existence forgets that we need to be saved.

Bye-bye, Spy

By Chris Stamper

Culture | The marketplace gets the last laugh on a court jester, jesters take on the marketplace, & other cultural buzz

Books: Flunking the truth

By George Grant

Books | Journalist-authors get their "facts" straight, but show they don't have a clue about theology

Sacking liberalism

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | The Reggie White uproar suggests that conservatives could set up a big tent of their own

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