In the back, in the corner, in the dark

by J.R. Nyquist -- Editor's note: WND's J.R. Nyquist is a renowned expert on America's fatal illusion of an international balance of power; diplomatic and Cold War history; the survivability of a more…

Courting disapproval

by Thomas Jipping -- The U.S. Supreme Court has ended Al Gore's "count all the votes" charade and we now know who the next president will be. If people don't like how more…

The honeymoon's over

by Joseph Farah -- Gore's gone. Clinton's on his way. So now it's time to focus our attention on the policies of the future. Last night I saw the future. I did more…

Benching the ideology

by Bill O'Reilly -- The most important lesson learned from the chaotic presidential election is not that the system works -- because it does not always; it is that some of the more…

Democrats lose -- send in the clowns

by Larry Elder -- Send in the clowns. In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court reversed the Florida Supreme Court, which had ordered a hand count of all of Florida's counties. Seven more…

The spirit of truth in an age of deceit

by Craige McMillan -- While the implications are not yet widely understood, it is clear that our age has embraced the spirit of deceit. School principals endorse minor children lying to their more…

Media intent

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- It's never been easier to hate the press. The night of the Supreme Court decision, the major media reported the news of Bush's victory as though it was more…

Who needs the courts when Gore has media?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- Fox News Channel did a really dumb thing. It put George W. Bush's cousin, John Ellis, in charge of its decision desk on election night. From more…

Law and economics

by Walter Williams -- Rather than my usual fall schedule of teaching in the Economics Department at George Mason University, I taught "The Economic Foundations of Legal Studies" at the university's School more…