Fall of the Soviet Union no accident

by Ralph Reiland -- There's been no shortage of e-mails from readers about the closing words in my recent WorldNetDaily column: "In 1981, the United States was widely viewed as a superpower more…

Economics 101

by Ralph Reiland -- There's new scuttlebutt from the barstools this week. Clinton's nowhere to be found. It's all about Bush and Reagan. True, there's still a peep or two about missing more…

Devil in Bush's soup kitchen

by Ralph Reiland -- Ask Minister Louis Farrakhan, and he'll say I was created by a mad scientist named Yakub, just like every other white devil. A lab mistake! But help is more…

Clinton's heist, Bush's cut

by Ralph Reiland -- It was another amusing week in D.C. It was a long time coming, but after eight years of holding their collective tongue in check the editorial writers at more…

Cutting taxes, spurring growth

by Ralph Reiland -- How things change! It seems like just yesterday that Fed chairman Alan Greenspan was worrying about "irrational exuberance" in an overheated economy, and Al Gore was running around more…

Days of whine and poses

by Ralph Reiland -- Dear Inaugural Diary: Thursday Double fireworks! At the Lincoln Memorial, Washington's biggest-ever $400,000 fireworks extravaganza, four times larger than last summer's Fourth of July, and, earlier, a burst more…

Clinton: A piece of work

by Ralph Reiland -- As I'm writing this, pre-inauguration, we're packing up the car with our snazzy get-ups for the Inaugural Ball and heading off to D.C. to watch the sun set more…

Suffering with the left

by Ralph Reiland -- The utter dread of seeing George W. in the White House, along with a Republican Congress and what MSNBC contributor Jill Nelson calls a "bushwhacked" Supreme Court, has more…