An unseen cancer on the body politic

by Walter Williams -- The social chaos seen in other countries such as sabotage, guerilla bands and political assassinations has yet to emerge in our country. Because of that, we Americans have more…

Out the Truth --
Fight the Culture

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following was submitted to WorldNetDaily.com as a letter to the editor, but we found it so insightful and provocative that we decided to publish it more…

Sampling vs. polling

by Gordon Prather -- There has been a plethora of op-ed pieces lately, including important pieces in both the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, on the believability -- or more…

Life among adventurers

by Richard Grenier -- In the midst of a presidential election when the highest goal of the nation seems to be comfort, ease, and security, it is hard to recall all those more…

Prodding Nader

by Lenora B. Fulani -- There are a lot of confusing messages swirling around the endgame of Ralph Nader's presidential race. We need help trying to sort them out. Ralph Nader is running more…

Wanted: A SecDef who can cut it

by David Hackworth -- Next week, we the people will hire a new president. In January, the president-elect will take command of a military force that's on its knees in the center more…

Full byline disclosure

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- During a media panel discussion a few years ago, ABC News high priest Ted Koppel intoned that he never discloses how he votes -- not even more…

The ghost of Teddy Roosevelt

by Bill O'Reilly -- For Halloween I am going to dress up in a Teddy Roosevelt "Rough-Rider" costume. Then I am going to roam around grousing about this presidential election -- the more…

A vote for Nader is a waste

by Jon Dougherty -- Before readers of this column get the wrong idea, no -- I'm not stumping for Vice President Al Gore. I do think, however, that a vote for Green more…

Bush on the upswing

by Linda Bowles -- As the days of campaign 2000 wind down to a precious few, some observations are clearly appropriate. First, it is rather remarkable to watch liberal ideologues in the more…