What the world really needs ...

by Henry Lamb -- THE HAGUE -- More than anything else, the world needs an abundant supply of affordable energy. Energy transforms life from hard, brutish and short, to easy, prosperous and more…

Kyoto freezing in The Hague

by Henry Lamb -- Den Haag (The Hague) could use a heavy dose of "global warming." As the steady drizzle here approaches the threshold to snow, the rhetoric heats up at the more…

Energy: A deepening dilemma

by Henry Lamb -- America's robust economy is racing down the highway, apparently unaware that just beyond the range of the headlights is an intersection pointing to two different futures. The road more…

Why America is burning

by Henry Lamb -- The fires that are raging across the West are just the beginning of the consequences of inept environmental management policies that the Clinton-Gore administration has inflicted upon the more…

What Bill should tell the U.N.

by Henry Lamb -- During the U.N. Millennium Assembly, which convenes right after Labor Day, President Bill Clinton will have an opportunity to address the General Assembly, and the heads of state more…

Helms acts to block U.N. court

by Henry Lamb -- Once again, Sen. Jesse Helms has taken action to do what the Clinton administration is either unwilling, or unable to do -- protect U.S. citizens from the growing more…

Greens arrested for arson

by Henry Lamb -- Paint a plastic milk jug black and fill it with gasoline. Then soak a sponge in gasoline and stuff it into the handle. Next, tape several wooden kitchen more…

Sovereignty no match for WTO

by Henry Lamb -- The debate surrounding the proposal by Congressman Ron Paul, R-Texas, to withdraw from the World Trade Organization, revealed a wide chasm between the fundamental beliefs of the people more…

Where's the outrage for Glenda?

by Henry Lamb -- Glenda Ann Bradley is dead. She was minding her own business on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, waiting for her friend, Ralph, to try a few more casts into more…

America: a 'fascilist' country?

by Henry Lamb -- If land and its resources are, in fact, the source of production, America is in a heap of trouble. The first, defining characteristic of a socialist country is more…