Declaring life

by Alan Keyes -- The first week of the Bush administration contained two quite promising acts. First, President Bush's inaugural address came close to being an affirmation of the Declaration of Independence more…

Cool look at drug trade

by Richard Grenier -- You have never seen a narcotics thriller like this. "Traffic" is an overview of the contemporary drug scene, using a vast canvas and a spectacularly talented cast. Director more…

Decline of religious freedom in America

by Jerry Falwell -- According to the Florida-based Christian Law Association, approximately 165,000 Christians worldwide will die this year merely because of their faith in Jesus Christ. It is imperative that American more…

Lights out for environmentalists

by Gordon Prather -- The winter of 2000-2001 will long live in the nightmares of the greenies of the world. Not least because the 200-year-old Electoral College of our founding fathers rose more…

Shots in the dark?

by Medicine Men -- Should all children, even those with fragile and undeveloped immune systems, be subjected to multiple vaccine cocktails required in most states? According to the government and pharmaceutical companies 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…

Gore's new gig

by Jon Dougherty -- In case you didn't catch it, former Vice President Al Gore has landed his first private-sector job in years. He's going to be teaching journalism classes at Columbia more…

Clinton's unpardonable final act

by John N. Doggett -- One of Bill Clinton's most reprehensible acts occurred just hours before he vacated the White House. Under the cover of darkness, Bill cut a deal with a special more…

Sunday's Super-criminal Bowl

by Debbie Schlussel -- Last year's Super Bowl featured 13 convicted criminals, most of whom committed very serious crimes. And while the criminal count for Sunday's Super Bowl in Tampa has yet more…

The American dialectic

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The dialectic that drives American politics was quite visible on the inauguration platform. To the left of the Bushes sat the socialists and Gramscian commies: Bill, who burned more…