Matthew and the gay lifestyle

by Craige McMillan -- I did not know Matthew Shepard. Had I known this young man, I would have counseled him to leave the homosexual lifestyle that had entangled him. Not because more…

What are they defending?

by Craige McMillan -- This essay was published following the 1996 election victory of Bill Clinton (Conservative Consensus, Nov. 14, 1996). It was not particularly difficult to predict the consequences of Mr. more…

Hillary's low profile

by Craige McMillan -- Two years ago, I suggested that Hillary Clinton had her own problems, even without Bill. Before writing off the Starr investigation, remember that Whitewater includes both the Clintons. more…

Resolved ... We will not be irrelevant

by Craige McMillan -- The weekend the Starr report was released, I was a guest in a Portland, Oregon, church. The nation was in turmoil. Spin-doctors had hit the airwaves like pollen more…

Lying as public policy

by Craige McMillan -- By now, even those with only a modest regard for the truth can admit that President Clinton lied about his one-sided sexual relationship with a young White House more…

Democrats flee from the wrath to come

by Craige McMillan -- "The king's heart is in the hand of the Lord, as the rivers of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will. ... The getting of treasures by a more…

How are they doing?

by Craige McMillan -- Following election of the historic Republican majority Congress in 1994, we published this MEMO, to remind new members why they had been sent to Washington, D.C. (Conservative Consensus, more…

God's chosen vessel?

by Craige McMillan -- Modern Americans would probably be shocked by the idea that God might dirty his hands with evil. They shouldn't be. For modern people, God is a comforting concept more…

Covenants

by Craige McMillan -- As I have thought about the president's admission that he lied to the court and the nation about his affair with a White House intern, I was struck more…

Truth's gatekeepers

by Craige McMillan -- By most accounts, extraordinary secrecy surrounded President Clinton's closed-circuit television grand jury testimony from the Map Room of the White House last Monday. Reporters were not allowed inside. more…