Beginnings of Chinagate?

by Jon Dougherty -- A former stockholder in a now--defunct commercial space company said, "there is every indication" that the current crisis involving the transfers of U.S. military technology to China had more…

Technology leaks and training?

by Jon Dougherty -- Former defense workers for Loral Space and Communications, Hughes Electronics and the Honeywell Corporation have told WorldNetDaily that much more was provided to the Chinese government when key more…

Lawsuit charges officials with child theft

by Jon Dougherty -- A lawsuit filed by a number of Utah families charge state officials with attempting to "steal" their children in exchange for more federal funding, WorldNetDaily has learned. In more…

The law made easy

by Jon Dougherty -- When it comes to the law and lawyers, most Americans have a cynical view of the profession and its accompanying "system" as a whole, whether justified or not. more…

More spy activities ignored?

by Jon Dougherty -- On April 4, 1997, U.S. Navy Lt. Jack Daly, an intelligence officer stationed at the Canadian Pacific Maritime Forces Command Base at Esquimalt, Victoria, British Columbia, and his more…

Critic says airborne laser won't work

by Jon Dougherty -- An ambitious plan by the Air Force to develop, build and deploy up to seven airborne laser weapons platforms, designed to shoot down ballistic missiles shortly after take-off, more…

Rethinking doomsday: Is America ready?

by Jon Dougherty -- Three months after his failed summit with Soviet Premier Nikita Kruschev and within weeks of the completion of the Berlin Wall, President John F. Kennedy wrote a letter more…

Family fights child-care bureaucracy

by Jon Dougherty -- By any reasonable measure, what happened to Butch and Kitral Chaplin and their 13-year-old daughter, Abbey, should never happen to any family -- especially in America. The "land more…

Fighting back against gun suits

by Jon Dougherty -- As a number of U.S. cities consider joining a planned nationwide effort to sue gunmakers for associated costs of dealing with run-related crime, efforts are being made by more…

More concerns about NT security

by Jon Dougherty -- Before its debut, computer security analysts were already labeling Intel's newest processor, the Pentium III, as an unsecure platform, open to Internet-based alteration. The same claims have been more…