Straightening out Mr. Gingrich

by Alan Keyes -- The speaker of the House of Representatives last week expressed the opinion that impeachment of President Clinton would require a pattern of felonies -- plural -- and not more…

Why I support missile strikes

by Alan Keyes -- In the wake of the attack on Sudan and Afghanistan, many people are saying they support the president. I do not support the president. Let me reiterate that more…

That outrageous speech

by Alan Keyes -- President Clinton's shameless speech to the nation this week was outrageous in many ways, but near the top of the list was his brazen declaration that the entire more…

The reason for the Second Amendment

by Alan Keyes -- Sen. Bob Smith has succeeded in amending an upcoming appropriations bill to beat back the latest wave of Clinton administration disrespect for two key elements of a free more…

Why Clinton won't confess

by Alan Keyes -- The Clinton White House responded with contempt this week to the suggestion that the American people would be quite forgiving if President Clinton confessed fully and frankly that more…

Has IRS been defanged?

by Alan Keyes -- We taxpayers are supposed to be down upon our knees thanking "massah gov'ment" for having passed the IRS Overhaul Bill into law. The IRS is reformed and will more…

The national ID number

by Alan Keyes -- The Clinton Administration apparently intends to move ahead with a proposal, approved by the Republican Congress, which would assign to everybody in America a unique health identifier which more…

What ever happened to national allegiance?

by Alan Keyes -- Human Events Magazine has reported that the top 100 American corporations were nearly unanimous in rejecting the suggestion, made by Ralph Nader, that they "establish a regular practice, more…

'Beijing Billy' on the make

by Alan Keyes -- Over the Fourth of July weekend President Beijing Billy issued an Independence Day message. Among the many ironies surrounding Clinton's supposedly wonderful "performance" in China, and the fawning more…

Sodom and Lott revisited

by Alan Keyes -- This week The New York Times reported that "prominent Republican politicians and strategists say they are troubled by a wave of harsh anti-homosexual oratory from fellow Republicans, fearing more…