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Arnold's corruption of Republican Party
Monday, October 06, 2003 by Alan Keyes -- I have an urgent message in my heart, and I will speak plainly about it, as I feel I must. It concerns Tuesday's recall election in California. First, two unhappy facts must be faced. On all the matters that touch upon the critical mo ...

On the establishment of religion: What the Constitution really says
Tuesday, August 26, 2003 by Alan Keyes -- When he ordered the removal of the Ten Commandments monument from the Supreme Court building in Alabama, federal judge Myron Thompson stated that the issue at stake involved the question of whether or not the state has the right to acknowledg ...

Voting pro-life
Tuesday, November 05, 2002 by Alan Keyes -- Today, we are again called to our citizen vocation, and asked to vote for local and national leadership. In this election cycle, I have been working as chairman with two political action committees: Black Ame ...

The end of income tax, the return of economic liberty
Monday, August 19, 2002 by Alan Keyes -- Is the economic policy of the United States on, say, taxation, an economic question, a political question, or even possibly a spiritual question? This is perhaps not as easy a choice as it looks, and we should, in particular, not be too quic ...

Cost of judicial tyranny
Monday, July 01, 2002 by Alan Keyes -- Reaction to the federal court ruling that the words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance are unconstitutional has revealed not only a national consensus that the decision is wrong, but a national disposition simply to defy it. The co ...

Bad neighbors, good fence
Monday, June 24, 2002 by Alan Keyes -- In the war against terrorism, America and Israel face an enemy whose implacable evil is difficult to comprehend. The mentality of the people launching suicide bombing attacks against Israel is perhaps best revealed not in those they kill, bu ...

The dangers of physical safety
Monday, June 17, 2002 by Alan Keyes -- The case of "enemy combatant" and American citizen Jose Padilla is raising important issues beyond the challenge of frustrating the plots of terrorists. In a USA Today Gallup poll last week, 80 percent of Americans said they would give up so ...

Sugarcoating poison
Monday, June 03, 2002 by Alan Keyes -- Millions of decent American parents today are forced to wage a continual battle to preserve the innocence of their children particularly in sexual matters against a rising tide of morally corrupting influences in the media, in the governm ...

Restoring the Church
Monday, May 27, 2002 by Alan Keyes -- Last week we learned that Milwaukee archbishop Rembert Weakland paid a man $450,000 for his silence in a sexual assault charge against the archbishop 22 years ago. The archbishop denies the charge of abuse, but a handwritten letter he s ...

What went wrong?
Monday, May 20, 2002 by Alan Keyes -- A major breach in our national security must necessarily raise the question in the minds of responsible citizens, and their representatives, of whether the national security system itself is in good order. This is plain common sense. It wa ...

Be sure to visit Alan Keyes' communications center for founding principles, The Declaration Foundation.

Former Reagan administration official Alan Keyes, was U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Social and Economic Council and 2000 Republican presidential candidate.


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