Car 54, where are you?

by Hal Lindsey -- There was a popular TV program from the early '50s whose opening jingle went something like this: There's a hold-up in the Bronx; Brooklyn's broken out in fights; more…

No banana republic here

by Hal Lindsey -- Despite the flack surrounding Election 2000, there are still a few things we Americans can look at and take solace from. Although the process may well have sustained more…

The totalitarian bear

by Hal Lindsey -- The U.S. presidential election has pretty much crowded out everything else in the news for the past several weeks, but America isn't the only nation making choices that more…

It still won't stop the rain

by Hal Lindsey -- Last week, I reported in my column at WorldNetDaily that the spontaneous uprising in the Middle East was not spontaneous at all, in spite of what the Western more…

A conspiracy of spontaneity

by Hal Lindsey -- The explosion of violence in the Middle East shows no sign of abating, and the slide from organized to disorganized chaos in the Middle East appeasement process crumbles more…

Arafat: Yes wasn't good enough

by Hal Lindsey -- The considerable outrage being expressed by the uninformed on the daily talk shows is getting plenty of attention. Everyone, it seems, feels that the Palestinians are the injured more…

Who really killed Mohammed?

by Hal Lindsey -- Nothing brings more genuine emotion and outrage than the senseless killing of an innocent child. The terrible sight of a desperate father trying to shield his terrified little more…

The wounded bear

by Hal Lindsey -- On Christmas Day, 1991, the world watched transfixed as Boris Yeltsin took to the airwaves to announce, "the Soviet Union, as a matter of law and geopolitical reality, more…

King of the mountain

by Hal Lindsey -- Last month, the United Nations met in New York to hammer out the final details as outlined in the 1995 U.N. official document called, "The Charter for Global more…

The Middle East peace paradox

by Hal Lindsey -- For the umpteenth time since the Oslo Accords were signed seven years ago this month, negotiators for both sides packed up their pencils this week and pronounced the more…