Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Hating America

Hating America

by Gene Edward Veith

Cover Story | Selectively constructing his facts and even his own identity, controversial Colorado professor Ward Churchill embodies the radical left that dominates college…

Cover Stories

Mission to Blue America

by Marvin Olasky

Cover Story Sidebar | INTERVIEW: Naomi Schaefer Riley on the growing importance of religious colleges

In this issue: "Big mouth on campus," March 12, 2005

Features

Squeezed Lemon

Squeezed Lemon

By Priya Abraham

Law | Is the high court warming to religious displays by government?

Old school battle

Old school battle

By Timothy Lamer

Politics | Anti-AARP ad misses its mark but hits a liberal hornets' nest

The Middle East divide

The Middle East divide

By Mindy Belz

Lebanon | In the case of Lebanon and Syria, parting ways is good news

'Broken' communion

'Broken' communion

By Edward E. Plowman

Religion | Worldwide Anglican bishops seek to halt same-sex blessings

No. 2 pencil blues

No. 2 pencil blues

By John Dawson

Education | The new SAT launches a new breed of high-school essayists

Cashing out

Cashing out

By Lynn Vincent

Healthcare | As insurance costs soar, some patients and doctors turn to options that give them more control and responsibility

Cotton fleece

Cotton fleece

By Priya Abraham

Africa | Federal subsidies for U.S. cotton farmers don't just cost taxpayers-cotton farmers trying to eke out a living in Africa feel an even greater pinch

Dispatches

The Buzz

By The Editors

Campus life The Ward Churchill circus came to town in Whitewater, Wis., where a state college of 10,000 students welcomed the University of Colorado professor…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Joking matter Some jokes just aren't funny in an age of terrorism. Practical jokers in Olympia, Wash., managed to shut down a checkpoint along the…

Quotables

By The Editors

"This is a battle between good and evil. And we're the good." Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean, to supporters in Kansas, on conflicts between Republicans…

Shades of red?

Shades of red?

By Hugh Hewitt

Rep. Mark Kennedy could be the candidate that tips Minnesota to the GOP

Notebook

Follow the leaders

Follow the leaders

By Dan Perkins

Business | Cincinnati-based Federated Department Stores Inc. is buying rival May Department Stores for $11 billion

Tivo to go?

Tivo to go?

By Chris Stamper

Technology | Tivo popularized digital video recording, but still struggles to make the technology into a profitable business

Columnists

Two-track mind

Two-track mind

By Marvin Olasky

Future Francis Schaeffers need neither neglect nor enshrine politics

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters, feedback, etc.

Tricksters

Tricksters

By Andrée Seu

Beware "the end of late fees" and other games peddlers play

Euthanasia's Roe v. Wade

Euthanasia's Roe v. Wade

By Gene Edward Veith

A perfect storm could be brewing against the sick and injured

Wishing for Winterflight

Wishing for Winterflight

By Joel Belz

An old friend, a book, and a trip to Florida to fight for Terri Schiavo

Culture

Bestselling CDs

By The Editors

Notable CDs | The five bestselling internet albums according to Billboard, Feb. 26

Bringing up Baby

Bringing up Baby

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | Does Million Dollar Baby's mini-sweep signify a victory for the left in the culture wars?

Man of the House

Man of the House

By Marvin Olasky

Movies | Don't waste your time going to see this film unless you're from Austin and want to see glimpses of city landmarks

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