Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Supreme Court: 'Constitutional problems'

by The Editors

Cover Story | "The Supreme Court of Florida has said that the legislature intended the State's electors to 'participate fully in the federal electoral process' ... as…

Cover Stories

Wells: 'The mind of the beholder'

by The Editors

Cover Story | "The he majority's decision cannot withstand the scrutiny which will certainly immediately follow under the United States Constitution. My succinct conclusion…

Cover Stories

Every law counts

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | On the 35th day of recounts the Supreme Court closed the door. We sing of: 12 felons voting 11 pundits talking 10 lawyers leaping 9 canvassers counting 8…

In this issue: "Every law counts," Dec. 23, 2000

Features

Trojan horse toys

By Candi Cushman

National | Parents wary of toy makers bearing unwelcome gifts

'Dear praying friends'

By The Editors

National | Missionaries reflect on their challenges ... and rewards

The lion still roars

National | Despite the best efforts of postmodern scholars, C.S. Lewis's influence remains strong

The Half-Century Club

By The Editors

National | Fewer and fewer pastors stay with a single congregation for very long, but these five have more than bucked that trend

Dispatches

Quotables

I promised my parents I'd do it. I promised myself I'd do it. Pro basketball star Shaquille O'Neal, on receiving a bachelor's degree from Louisiana State…

Faces

By The Editors

Houston-area residents without a car can go to church in style with Carol and Bob Luthe of Lakewood Church. As part of their newly formed "Luthe Limousine…

No Comment Zone

By The Editors

America's toughest outdoor smoking restriction is coming to Montgomery County, Maryland. People who smoke or toss away a cigarette in public in Friendship…

The Buzz

By The Editors

Federal appeals panel rejects Cleveland's school choice program Courting a reversal The rough road traveled by Cleveland voucher-school families just got…

Reviews

Bestsellers

By The Editors

Culture | The five best-selling hardback novels as measured by placement on four leading lists as of Dec. 12

Philistines of the left

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Liberals like to shock, but they don't like to be shocked

The Movies

By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 movies in popularity as measured by box office receipts for the week ended Dec. 10

Voices

Sovereign snicker

By Joel Belz

The greatest nation on earth gets its comeuppance

Relief

By Marvin Olasky

Five lessons from five crazy weeks

Two kinds of people

By Andrée Seu

And only one true Seeker, who came to look after the lost

Mailbag

Now we know Joel Belz's article, "Vote early, and often" (Nov. 25) reminded me of the time I explained to my Czech friends that identification is not…

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