Tainted and tawdry

by Jerry Falwell -- I have always attempted to be politically consistent. If a Republican administration were ever as corrupt and dishonorable as the Clinton administration, I truly believe I would be more…

Unregulated access

by -NO AUTHOR- -- They are small and easily concealable. But make no mistake about it, this weapon is a deadly killer. Kids all across the country can buy this weapon cheaply more…

Action in New York

by Richard Grenier -- First there was Aldrich Ames and now there's Robert Hanssen -- Hanssen being the Soviet intelligence agent who remained undiscovered for 15 years in the depths of the more…

Firing blind

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Friday's edition of the Macedonian journal Utrenski Vesnik carried a report that has, so far, not found its way into the ever-vigilant Western news media's reports from the more…

Moving forward with faith?

by Alan Keyes -- Some supporters of private and home schooling oppose voucher plans because they believe that the independence and quality of their efforts will be compromised by the strings that more…

Shame on the YMCA

by Joseph Farah -- The World Alliance of Young Men's Christian Associations is betraying its mission and giving a bad name to Christianity. The Geneva-based international association issued a blistering one-sided 3,000-word more…

It's a bear market! Deal with it

by Bob Howard -- Doesn't February 2000 seem like a long time ago now? Remember the good old days? Back then, analysts (with straight faces) said, "No, JDS-Uniphase (Nasdaq: JDSU) is not more…

Napster changes everything

by John N. Doggett -- When I first read about the legal battle between Napster and the music industry, I thought that both sides deserved each other. On one side were spoiled geeks more…

Guardians of big government

by Alan W. Bock -- The most amazing thing about the commentary swirling around President Dubya's exceedingly modest tax-cut proposal is the extent to which most of the media spin their coverage so more…