Spring 2004 - The Passion of the Critics - "Quid veritas?" Pontius Pilate asks several times during the film The Passion of the Christ. The truth is that after all the claims of anti-Semitism, degrading images, and historical inaccuracies, The Passion of Christ is... Click Here for full Review.
July-Aug 2001 - Censoring the Wind - One of the most exciting things about science is its ability to initiate new and divergent thoughts that challenge existing views of how the world operates. Clearly, if there is any group of people who can comprehend... Click Here for full Review.
Jan-Feb 2001 - Newt the Dinosaur and Other Fossils - Dinosaurs and Newt Gingrich have a few things in common. There are many questions about the reasons for their demise, but neither party is inclined to give its version of the events. A recent documentary, however, provides a few good... Click Here for full Review.
Jan-Feb 2001 - Materialist Dogma - Oscar Wilde once wrote, "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." That is not exactly a full vote of confidence for mankind, but it is a good deal more than what the postmodernists offer... Click Here for full Review.
Summer 2000 - The Internet’s Invisible Hand - Record companies today seem to have forgotten some of the basic economic laws that still govern us all. As Adam Smith noted in The Wealth of Nations, a free marketplace leads every individual... Click Here for full Review.
Spring 2000 - Boxed In - Amid all the Phantom Menace hype last May, George Lucas spoke passionately to film critic Roger Ebert about a topic dear to his heart. No, not Jar Jar Binks, but Sony’s new Playstation videogame system that was released... Click Here for full Review.
Winter 2000 - Reaper's Revenge- TB Makes a Comeback - It seems someone forgot to tell Mycobacterium tuberculosis (the tuberculosis bacterium) that a new millenium is around the corner. Four-thousand-year-old diseases against which the human body has developed natural immunities, antibiotics... Click Here for full Review.