Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Public profession

Public profession

by Marvin Olasky

Cover Story | Baseball is a sport in need of heroes, and Curt Schilling fits the bill. In this exclusive spring-training interview, he describes how his faith grew last…

Cover Stories

Springtime under siege

Springtime under siege

by Marvin Olasky

Cover Story Sidebar | The world champion Boston Red Sox dress in their spring-training clubhouse surrounded by signs announcing "No Egos Allowed" and "Together Everyone Achieves…

In this issue: "Curt Schilling: Never hide," March 19, 2005

Features

Hiding no more

Hiding no more

By Priya Abraham

Afghanistan | Kabul's former mayor-and other Afghan women-unveil their agenda for the post-Taliban era

Saving Abigails

Saving Abigails

By Jamie Dean

Middle East | Remembering an eighth-grader killed two years ago, and hoping the peace process keeps others like her alive

The fight of her life

The fight of her life

By Lynn Vincent

Law | Terri Schiavo's family continues the battle as her court-ordered death date looms

Blogstorm

Blogstorm

By Mark Bergin

Media | McCain-Feingold threats to internet speech incur bipartisan wrath

Dispatches

The Buzz

The Buzz

By The Editors

White House Three of five living presidents met at the White House two days before former President Bill Clinton underwent surgery to remove fluid and scar…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Long-distance flight San Marcos (Calif.) elementary school teacher Gary Nash didn't believe Carla Queen at first. Mr. Nash and his fifth-grade students had…

Quotables

Quotables

By The Editors

"Many people don't realize that science basically involves assumptions and faith." Charles Townes, 89, co-inventor of the laser and Nobel Prize winner in…

Anchors away

Anchors away

By Hugh Hewitt

Dan Rather's two biggest contributions to American history are his direct assists to the elections of both President Bush 41 and President Bush 43

Reviews

Be Cool

Be Cool

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | The sequel to Get Shorty is remarkably bad

Bride and Prejudice

Bride and Prejudice

By Priya Abraham

Movies | Gurinder Chadha's film is an entertaining look at modern-day India

Numb3rs

Numb3rs

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | New crime show relies on mathematics to solve mysteries

Bestselling books

By The Editors

Notable Books | The five bestselling hardback nonfiction books as of March 7

Notebook

Costly speech

Costly speech

By Dan Perkins

Business | The popularity of blogs has caused the number of employees being fired for comments made about their employers rise

Virtual history

Virtual history

By Chris Stamper

Technology | The New York Public Library is making art accessible via the web

Voices

Mailbag

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters, feedback, etc.

Spring reading

Spring reading

By Marvin Olasky

Treadmill books for the transition from winter to summer

Providence speech patrol

Providence speech patrol

By Joel Belz

Against the ethos of Roger Williams, Rhode Island College tries to silence a student

Whose politics?

Whose politics?

By Gene Edward Veith

Liberals and conservatives alike need more gospel than social gospel

Patently offensive

Patently offensive

By Janie B. Cheaney

Better to write the Ten Commandments on the heart than on a wall

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