Al can lie, but can he lead?

by John N. Doggett -- On Tuesday, Americans will pick the next president of the United States. Some voters will choose Ralph Nader or Harry Browne because they have no faith in the more…

The impending Bush mandate

by David Limbaugh -- If George Bush wins the election Tuesday -- which I believe he will -- he will have a mandate, regardless of his margin of victory. Why? Because his more…

Inside Gore's mind

by Bill Steigerwald -- Be kind enough, dear reader, to transport your mind inside Al Gore's (scary a thought as that is) as he reads the interview with his boss, Bill Clinton, more…

An afternoon epiphany

by Stuart Goldman -- Two days ago, at about 3:00 in the morning, I blew it. I couldn't sleep. I lay awake in bed thinking, "What the hell am I doing here more…

Misguided Arab protests

by Joseph Farah -- Ramallah and Jerusalem aren't the only sites of Arab protests these days. They're also taking place in the streets near the Chicago Sun-Times, the Los Angeles Times and more…

No apologies due Clinton

by Jon Dougherty -- Word has it that President Clinton is getting a mite testy these days. Some say it's because his tenure in office is nearing an end and he "didn't more…

Precious votes

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Are you one of those persons who spent the last eight years complaining to anyone who would listen about the scandals, the lies, and the policies of the more…

Here's mommy, where's daddy?

by Casey Brooks -- Melinda Millsaps wants to be a mom. The 42-year-old Florida resident is a neonatal nurse practitioner and has helped deliver thousands of babies for over 20 years. Now more…

China beating us with oil?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As Adm. Thomas H. Moorer explained in "Becoming Beijing's subjects," America lost the Vietnam War through logistics and public relations, while actually winning militarily at the front in more…

Political ends, judicial means

by Thomas Jipping -- Cooped up here in Washington by President Clinton's veto-threat strategy last weekend, Sen. Patrick Leahy, the Judiciary Committee's top Democrat, said that "there is much at stake in more…