January 17, 2005 By Tom DeWeese Many parents have sought to protect their children from the behavior-modification programs that have taken the place of academic education in public schools. To escape the assault of Outcome-Based Education (OBE), multi-culturalism, and workforce training programs, parents in ever-increasing numbers are...

January 3, 2005 By Tom DeWeese There is an important lesson that bullies never seem to learn: you can only push people so far before they begin to push back. We are starting to see such a response to Big Brother’s assault on American liberties, as...

December 15, 2004 By Tom DeWeese There is no scientific evidence to back claims of man-made global warming.  Period. Anyone who tells you that scientific research shows warming trends—be they teachers, newscasters, Congressmen, Senators, Vice Presidents or Presidents—is wrong.   In fact,...

December 6, 2004 By Peyton Knight Pop quiz! Who should make the decision whether or not to raze your decrepit, century-old home and build a new one in its place? A)  Your local government. B)  Your neighbors. C)  Both A and B. D)  ...

November 15, 2004 By Peyton Knight In the midst of all the election hoopla, one thing remains certain. Congress will return for a final, end-of-the-year session on November 15. This is the most dangerous time of the year—a time when bad bills become...

November 5, 2004 By Peyton Knight The 2004 presidential election has come and gone with nary a hitch. The problems that mired the 2000 election, some of them real but most of them fabricated, were practically nonexistent this go-around. Of course, there were a few blips and...

October 18, 2004 By Tom DeWeese Americans should not feel too secure with the U.S. government's anti-terror policies because the targeted ones aren't necessarily the terrorists. The government's policies are based on the idea that it's easier to put a net over an...

October 3, 2004 By Tom DeWeese The U.S. State Department cracked open the door and now the invasion has begun. Foreign election monitors determined to oversee the U.S. election this November seem to be coming out of the woodwork. Even Jimmy Carter has gotten...

September 27, 2004 If you have foreign weeds, grass, trees, or shrubs on your property (and you most certainly do), you’re in trouble.  Under “Invasive Species” provisions currently sitting in the Senate’s version of the Federal Transportation Bill (S. 1072), your...

September 16, 2004 By Tom DeWeese Presentation by Tom DeWeese to the Conservative Political Action Conference, January 22, 2004. There are many faces of globalism and it comes with many names, but in all cases the goal of globalism is to erase national...