Promises, promises

by Harry Browne -- We all know that politicians would never lie to us or try to mislead us. Sometimes their enthusiasm gets the better of them, however. To the world's three more…

Honing in on cloning

by Medicine Men -- Why the recent moaning about cloning? Some people worry that we humans will be cloned, others worry that we will not. It is an iron – well, OK, more…

What it takes

by Gary Aldrich -- On Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2002, warnings of another possible terrorist attack dominated the news. FBI, and other intelligence gathering agencies said terrorists, possibly inside this country, might try more…

Do the crime, do the time

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats say Republicans blocked President Clinton's judicial nominees when they ran the Senate. It's odd, though, that Republican "obstruction" still resulted in confirmation of a lot of more…

'Bully' for you

by Craige McMillan -- There's a new groundswell of political "compassion" from the left: Bullying bills are flooding state legislatures. Proponents argue these will prevent schoolchildren being mean to one another, ostracizing more…

Stocks and war

by Doug Casey -- In the April 2001 issue of International Speculator, I commented that since everyone, including myself, was getting pretty bearish, we were likely due for a nice strong rally more…

Beijing's war on Christ

by Joel Miller -- A handful of internal Chinese government documents, just published by a U.S. religious-rights organization, reveal that Beijing's zeal to crush "unauthorized" Christianity is far from waning. Working in more…

The media that couldn't shoot straight

by Larry Elder -- On Jan. 16, 2002, a law student at Virginia's Appalachian School of Law shot and killed the dean, a professor and another student, while wounding three others. How more…

The Robert C. Byrd
Bridge To Poverty

by Ann Coulter -- The poor's sense of class superiority over the rich is getting out of hand. At a Senate Budget Committee hearing last week, Sen. Robert Byrd, who was named more…

Rome looks to Middle East

by Hal Lindsey -- Foreign ministers from 72 European and Organization of Islamic Conference nations met Tuesday to discuss global terrorism and the Middle East conflict. Among the nations invited to express more…