Table of Contents

Cover Story

London without a guidebook

London without a guidebook

by Marvin Olasky

Cover Story | Journalists and tourists tend to hover at Westminster with its famous Big Ben. Yet east and west, out of the spotlight, conservative social activists are…

In this issue: "Minority report," Aug. 11, 2007

Features

Generation killer

Generation killer

By Jill Nelson

Culture | Meth addiction may be the greatest threat yet to face U.S. Indian reservations

Divide & conquer

By Mark Bergin

Islam | Islamic group presses U.S. Somalis to quit meatpacking jobs over prayer

Questionable acceptance

By Priya Abraham

United Nations | In a murky vote process, UN accredits homosexual activist groups

As the pendulum swings

As the pendulum swings

By Jamie Dean

Iraq | With casualties in Iraq at an eight-month low, why aren't the Democrats cheering?

Warped like ribbon

Warped like ribbon

By Jamie Dean

Disaster | A monument to man's strength crumples into the Mississippi with men, women and children aboard

Dispatches

Quotables

Memorable things they said

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

Oddball occurrences

Good news from the Gray Lady

Good news from the Gray Lady

By Marvin Olasky

"We are finally getting somewhere," says surprise assessment

The Buzz

The Buzz

Need-to-know news

Notebook

Leaving a legacy

Leaving a legacy

By John Dawson

Sports | What will Barry Bonds tell his Hall of Fame audience?

Disaster medicine

Disaster medicine

By Lynde Langdon

Medicine | Medical establishment circles its wagons around New Orleans physician who administered lethal drugs

Columnists

Strange travel for dog days

Strange travel for dog days

By Joel Belz

An odd set of maps suggests new directions, fresh perspective

Brits worth watching

By Marvin Olasky

Four Christian Conservatives and where they've come; four worth watching

Logic! Why don't they teach logic?

Logic! Why don't they teach logic?

By Andrée Seu

SAT's new essay requirement is more about fashion than thought

Mailbag

Letters from our readers

Sex and the evangelical teen

Sex and the evangelical teen

By Gene Edward Veith

Evidence suggests evangelical teenagers on the whole may be more sexually immoral than non-Christians

Culture

Ne'er-do-wells unite

Ne'er-do-wells unite

By Priya Abraham

Movies | The Simpsons take the big screen by poking fun at every nook and cranny of American culture

Frozen chosen

Frozen chosen

By John Dawson

Movies | Arctic Tale's humor and hubris run cold

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