Vouching for education?

by Thomas Jipping -- In November, citizens in many states will not only elect representatives, but also decide important policy issues. Politically driven activist judges, of course, see this exercise in democracy more…

Sex elects

by Charles Smith -- Forget the polls, throw out the politics, drop the ideology and -- behind it all -- the 2000 presidential election will be determined by sex. The Gore winning more…

The wounded bear

by Hal Lindsey -- On Christmas Day, 1991, the world watched transfixed as Boris Yeltsin took to the airwaves to announce, "the Soviet Union, as a matter of law and geopolitical reality, more…

Pre-debate predictions

by Scott Rasmussen -- As I write, the first presidential debate is just hours away. And with virtually every poll showing the race a toss-up, this first round of verbal sparring is more…

Men must stand up

by Walter Williams -- Quite frankly the behavior of some women has gotten out of hand, and it's because we men have become cowards and wimps. The more men take of double-standards, more…

President Bush's future Cabinet

by Joseph Farah -- I've been beating up Al Gore pretty badly lately -- albeit, not worse than he deserves. He's a criminal, pure and simple. He's a political charlatan, a huckster more…

Hurray for the Danes!

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, Prime Minister, Denmark From: Jude Wanniski Re: Voting down the Euro Yes, you did everything you could to persuade your citizens to vote "Yes" more…

Keeping a-breast of genetics

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My friend "Althea" was a lovely woman, slim, ebullient, blonde and blue-eyed, surrounded by men, not the least her husband "Fordyce," who gave her real-gold jewelry and brought more…

The next Supreme Court

by Jon Dougherty -- While watching news analyst and fellow WND columnist Bill O'Reilly, of Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" last week discuss the Food and Drug Administration's approval of RU-486 -- more…