Guns, drugs and booze

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What do guns, drugs, and alcohol have in common? They are all highly portable, highly prized by many people and can be abused. Each has been the object more…

The Pearl Harbor Awards

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…

The continuing crisis

by Joseph Farah -- I've never been one to worry too much about who sits in the Oval Office. Frankly, in many ways, it doesn't make a big difference. But, as it more…

Toying with the presidency

by Joe Kovacs -- There's one thing most Americans love to do, and that's to play. A fun toy or game can liven up almost any circumstance and bring a sense of more…

How lawyers figure

by Thomas Jipping -- When my father told me that liars figure and figures lie, he could have been talking about lawyers. The numerical sleight-of-hand in this presidential election saga is simply more…

The Guard doesn't belong in Bosnia

by Jon Dougherty -- The commercial says, "The Guard Belongs." I agree; but the Guard doesn't belong in Bosnia, for Pete's sake. Yet one of the last official acts of the Clinton more…

The Clinton factor in Gore's actions

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- President Clinton is sitting on pins and needles awaiting the outcome of the election in Florida. He needs Gore to win because he will need Gore's presidential pardon more…

High noon for affirmative action

by Larry Elder -- The headline announced the latest disaster: "State Justices Deal New Setback to Affirmative Action." In California, voters passed Proposition 209, a ballot initiative to end race- and gender-based more…

Family holiday fencing

by Craige McMillan -- The coming holidays are a strange mixture of anticipation, adversity and joy for many of us. Anticipation, because we were once children, waiting to hear Santa's prancing reindeer more…

The war against Christmas

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- You get the feeling that governments and their friends, as with the Puritans in Colonial New England, aren't too crazy about Christmas. It may have begun with courts more…