The value of liberty

by Alan Keyes -- Monday is called Presidents Day, but we all know that it’s really the celebration of the man called the Father of our Country, and the one called the more…

Killing Serbs: path to peace?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Yugoslavia’s Foreign Minister Goran Svilanovic and Vice-President of the Serbian Government Nebojsa Covic were at the headquarters of the NATO alliance in Brussels this week, trying to get more…

Smooth sailing for State Department?

by Gordon Prather -- Rich Armitage has just been nominated by President Bush to be Deputy Secretary of State. That’s good, because we are told that in the Bush-Cheney Administration, both Secretary more…

Improving public education

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- One lesson I learned in four years as a substitute teacher is that we cannot improve public education in America until we first improve the relationship between teachers more…

The Navy blew it in Hawaii

by John N. Doggett -- For eight years, the commander in chief of our military was a lying, draft-dodging adulterer. The good news is that Bill Clinton is now an ex-president. The bad more…

Lessons in the art of pitching

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- In the late 1960s, amid the turbulence of the Vietnam War and related social upheaval, the New York Mets baseball club sent one of their most promising young more…

Arafat and the Big Lie

by Joseph Farah -- Another day, another terrorist attack. This time, eight dead and 20 hurt near Holon. Technically, Hamas claims responsibility for the bus assault. Technically, Yasser Arafat and the Palestine more…

Dems' phony vote-fraud inquiry

by Jon Dougherty -- On Thursday WorldNetDaily's one-time sponsor and creator, the Western Journalism Center, published a story providing details of a congressional attempt to get to the bottom of vote fraud more…

Sex and doom: Which sells better?

by Bill Steigerwald -- Before we get dull and serious, here's a quiz to show how the selling power of sex can seduce even the best magazines. Which award-winning American periodical is more…

Sleepless in Florida, and D.C.

by Medicine Men -- Perhaps if the residents of Miami-Dade County had been better rested last November, the citizens of the United States would have decided the election 2000 outcome instead of more…