The irony is killing me

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Isn't it ironic. ... That if Bill Clinton hadn't kicked Lazaro Gonzalez's door down, Al Gore would now be president? That if Bill Clinton had not appeared on more…

The good news of gridlock

by Alan W. Bock -- The chattering classes inside the beltway are already wringing their hands, wondering whether the confusion surrounding the presidential race, the narrowness of the margin, the fact that any more…

Al Gore and Constitution

by Joseph Farah -- Ever since I saw Al Gore give that uncharacteristically statesman-like speech defending the integrity of the Electoral College system under the Constitution of the United States, I've been more…

Fraud's the ticket

by Casey Brooks -- A thief thinks everyone steals. In poll after poll during the presidential campaign, the universal concern voiced among voters was not Social Security, education reform or prescription drugs. more…

Voting big and small

by Thomas Jipping -- The 2000 presidential election is already one for the history books for a variety of reasons, though at this column's deadline its presidential result remains undecided. No matter more…

The presidential election

by Bill O'Reilly -- Well that was fun. Did you stay up? I had to, and I wasn't pleased about it since the networks blew the coverage big time by projecting Florida more…

No Cher amour for GOP

by Larry Elder -- Poor Cher. How concerned was singer/actress Cher about the possible election of George W. Bush? She postponed a European recording session, losing $50,000 a month, to stay home more…

Recount limbo

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…

A kingdom divided

by Craige McMillan -- Like many of you, I stayed up Tuesday evening to watch election returns. But as I write this column -- early Wednesday morning -- the news has been more…