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…

Lawyers and Liars

by Craige McMillan -- Linda Tripp began keeping an extensive diary of her conversations with Monica Lewinsky about the time this essay was first published. The forecast at the end of this more…

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…