Inevitable consequences to Gore shenanigans

by Geoff Metcalf -- America appears to be dangerously divided. The mere fact that this never-ending story of Election 2000 continues and the result is so close illustrates just how divided the more…

Shades of Kyoto at The Hague

by Henry Lamb -- THE HAGUE -- Sometime after midnight yesterday, Jan Pronk, prime minister of the Netherlands, and president of The Hague climate change conference, released his own draft of the more…

Keeping us free

by Alan Keyes -- However tempting it is to address the current presidential dispute only in terms of the particular factors that tell for or against our preferred candidate, it is crucial more…

What would our founders do?

by Jerry Falwell -- At this time in our nation's history, while we anxiously await the results of who will be our 43rd president, I cannot help but wonder what our founding more…

Feminine empowerment Chinese style

by Cynthia Grenier -- You've got to admit as movie titles go, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" certainly catches your eye in the movie ads -- it's opening next week nationwide. You know more…

Gore's nuke agreements coming unglued

by Gordon Prather -- The latest secret Al Gore has kept from all of us is that the Russians officially informed the United States last month that they didn't consider the secret more…

How divided are we?

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- We have been told over and over again that Al Gore won the popular vote -- but by a rather small margin. This is supposed to mean that more…

The eye of the beholder

by Richard Grenier -- Does Katherine Harris, Florida's secretary of state, wear too much makeup? Did Paula Jones, President Clinton's friend, expose herself to ridicule when she posed nude for Penthouse? What more…

Dimples can't talk

by John N. Doggett -- The Florida Supreme Court blew it. The Justices had a chance to show that they were more than Democrat Party hacks when they were asked to put an more…

Cashing in on government

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Until the 1990s, lots of folks down South still thought of the Democrat Party as just one political alternative, not as the power-lusting, junta-in-waiting we see today. After more…