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Jerry Falwell

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  • A holy warrior, wholly committed

    IN THE MAIN building of the Liberty University campus in Lynchburg, Va., there is a Jerry Falwell museum. The first exhibit you see when you walk through the door is devoted to Falwell's father. Carey Falwell was a nonbeliever, a successful...
  • Tim Saunders' Blog

    Tim Saunders' Blog
    February 24, 2012 If you watched the 5:00 news on Thursday, you may have seen me delivering a live report while driving a car.  That was not a trick.  I really was driving and communicating live with Jean Jadhon.  Given all the amazing technology that&...
  • Who's the next GOP star?

    Who's the next GOP star?
    Thursday's topic: Does the GOP have a potential star? Does it really need one to be an effective opposition to Democrats? Palin: Still the GOP's star? Point: Glenn Reynolds So what would I do if I were Sarah Palin? Probably chuck it all and try to live...
  • Glenn Beck's Focus Could Be Shifting From Politics To Religion

    Glenn Beck's Focus Could Be Shifting From Politics To Religion
    Glenn Beck says his "Restoring Honor" rally last weekend was a "non-political" event that was meant to turn America "back to God". That wording has some people wondering if Beck is shifting from politics to theology. Bishop Harry Jackson, who read from...
  • Terrorist attacks bring out the good, the bad and the ugly in all of us

    "IT WAS THE best of times, it was the worst of times." Thus begins Charles Dickens' classic, A Tale of Two Cities. He could have been describing America since the horrible day of Sept. 11, 2001. Terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center twin towers and...
  • Vidal's Vitriol Spills on Many in The Nation

    The telephone line to Italy is lousy but Gore Vidal's razored tongue slices through the static like a rat snapping through a garbage bag. "The United States lives in a total bubble," the novelist and pundit declares from his home in Ravello. "No...