Had the United States taken Pope John Paul II's advice before the Persian Gulf War, Saddam Hussein would still be in Kuwait.
Has the pendulum swung too far?
Wasn't President Putin supposed to be a friend of President Bush? Why can't he stay bought?
So we can infer from marvelous British obituaries of its last practitioners.
A leading divinity school professor or theological ethics concludes it is evil to fight evil. Instead, we should be ''asking the many Christians in Iraq what we can do to make their lives more bearable.''
After the Rhode Island nightclub tragedy, Brown University's paper sniffs at the grief-stricken.
The search for a miracle in the scrub and woods of East Texas.
If the Pope had come out in favor of the war, these same people would have returned to badmouthing him.
Tony Blair is in good company.
President Chirac's surprise visit to New Jersey plays into Secretary Rumsfeld's hands.