Innocence denied

by Craige McMillan -- Five hundred years before Christ, the Greek Heraclitus observed that "Character is destiny." This essay about the Clintons and their supporters first appeared March 21, 1994, in Conservative more…

Anti-government violence

by Craige McMillan -- The latest round of violence in our nation's Capitol, which claimed the lives of two capital police officers, is a tragedy that should never have happened. But the more…

Making a List, Checking it Twice

by Craige McMillan -- Recent disclosures reported on WorldNetDaily (Monday, July 20, 1998) acknowledge that Linda Tripp's FBI files were among those passed to the Clinton White House shortly after Louis Freeh more…

Disillusioned and proud

by Craige McMillan -- The term "disillusionment" today is most often associated with unhappiness. The disillusioned are described by pollsters as people who are "disillusioned" because of government, schools, churches, parents, children, more…

Where rules are rules

by Craige McMillan -- "My wife is dying. Please let us board, so we can go home and be together for her last few hours." No one remembers the exact words spoken more…

The trouble with the stock market

by Craige McMillan -- Many novice investors ask, "What does a stock market top look like?" There are numerous historical examples to look back upon. Here is one. "Money, again, has often more…

School shootings: it's elementary

by Craige McMillan -- With the advent of summer, American parents may at least hope for a respite from public education's latest evolutionary nightmare: murderous school children. Just when one supposes that more…

House of Fools

by Craige McMillan -- I think it was Lawrence Peter who popularized the idea that human beings rise to their level of incompetence, and from that lofty position of ascendancy they devote more…

Beyond the shadow of a doubt

by Craige McMillan -- "Finally, I must repeat what my friend Winston Churchill included in his last-minute words of wisdom to me on the evening of the day that he became prime more…

State education's Faustian bargain

by Craige McMillan -- There is no shame in yielding to a writer more talented than oneself, especially when he speaks the truth on a topic that is on so many of more…