Back to school at Columbine

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- On Monday, Aug. 16, students returned to Columbine High for their fall 1999 semester. During the summer, workers patched the bullet holes, remodeled the cafeteria, repainted it blue more…

Forgetting the lessons of 1992?

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- As Republicans size up their candidates, as they did in Iowa, and listen to calls for a third party standing on hard-core conservative principles, they should not forget more…

The open conspiracy

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- In my last column, I quoted from Stuart Chase's "A New Deal" and was quite amazed at how open and frank were the socialists in the 1930s about more…

From New Deal to raw deal

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Recently I came across an interesting book, "A New Deal," by Stuart Chase, published in 1932. This is the book that not only gave Franklin Delano Roosevelt a more…

JFK Jr., Clinton and Quigley

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- When Barbara Walters interviewed John F. Kennedy Jr. some time ago, she asked him what would he do if he were president. He replied quickly and firmly: "Cut more…

The Kennedy tragedy

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- About a month ago, two very special friends of mine, David and Ann Drye, of Concord, N.C., were killed when their private plane crashed on takeoff. David was more…

Clinton's sex ed. contribution

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- If Bill Clinton wants to know what kind of a legacy he is leaving for posterity, all he has to do is read the Washington Post of July more…

Drugging kids and school violence

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Believe it or not, there are now over 5 million school kids in America on psychotropic drugs, most of which are prescribed and administered by the schools themselves. more…

Kosovo: The Aftermath

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The war that was to affirm NATO's credibility as a war-making machine is now technically over.  Everybody, including the Russians and Chinese, now know that NATO can be more…

The Russian surprise

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- As is well known, the Russians are superb chess players. They are well aware of NATO's geopolitical agenda and are not about to be told by NATO what more…