Personal patriotism

by Rebecca Hagelin -- A personal story of patriotism was recounted to me several times during my childhood, although I never got too many details. My mother used the story to explain more…

Democrats in disarray

by David Limbaugh -- Regardless of the actual vote tallies from Tuesday's elections, the big story is that the Democrats are a party in serious disarray. Just look at how the odds more…

Bill Clinton's painful seizure

by Les Kinsolving -- It was reported in the Sept. 16 edition of U.S. News & World Report, together with an unforgettable artist's conception of the former president in eye-bulging pain. But more…

Settlements in the spotlight

by David Dolan -- Jewish sages say that the first rain of the season is especially significant. After months of hot and dry summer weather, everyone in Israel always welcomes the water more…

Who let in the Beltway Sniper?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- A third of a century ago, I regularly made the long drive across Rickenbacker Causeway from Miami to Key Biscayne in the company of one Richard M. Nixon, more…

Voting tips for the 2002 elections

by Doug Powers -- With the election right around the corner, this country can ill afford to have a repeat of the 2000 Florida debacle. As a result of the long, stressful more…

Immoral authority

by Joseph Farah -- The new anti-war movement is going to have to do better than Jesse Jackson as a spokesman if it has any chance of being taken seriously. Did you more…

Antiwar.com's Just-in a panic!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- While the New York office of Accuracy in Media was hailing my recent article "'Anti-war' groups supporters of terrorism?" as "a great piece of journalism," and denouncing the more…

Hijacking grief

by Barbara Simpson -- We lost more than our virginity with the Clinton administration. Some say we lost all sense of decency and propriety – to say nothing of morality and scraped more…