Beijing learned from the best, Bill

by Barbara Simpson -- You have to hand it to the Chinese. They not only knew how to get what they wanted from Bill Clinton – read that as money at the more…

The Condit non-investigation

by Geoff Metcalf -- Early on in the Gary Condi(r)t soap opera, a savvy political consultant in California suggested to me "the fix is in." He suggested that the fact the Washington, more…

Imaginary flagpoles

by Jack Cashill -- James Sanders, a former police officer turned investigative reporter, co-wrote this report. Sanders is the author of "The Downing of TWA Flight 800" and "Altered Evidence," among other more…

Stemming the tide of the New Slavery

by Alan Keyes -- Much attention is focused right now on President Bush's preoccupation with the question of what, if any, restrictions should be placed on the harvesting of medically-promising "stem cells" more…

CNN's disgrace

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Jack Cashill, the producer of a video that shows the evidence that TWA Flight 800 was shot down by missiles, was invited to appear on Greta Van Susteren's more…

Don't be left behind!

by Jerry Falwell -- When Dr. Tim LaHaye and I announced that we had initiated the Tim LaHaye School of Prophecy – a comprehensive school that delves into the mysteries of the more…

Iron fist over Havana's skyline

by Ralph Reiland -- It started with a knock on the door of his room at Havana's Hotel Nacional while he was taking a nap, says Mike Snow, a little after 8 more…

The uses of power

by Cynthia Grenier -- Is there anyone around today in the States remotely interested in the media who doesn't know the names of Tina Brown and Harry Evans? Odds are you almost more…

Buy high, sell low

by Tom Ambrose -- Isn't government grand? In an age where federal and state governments run monumental deficits, legislators vote themselves bloated salaries, and citizens struggle to pay their bills while suffering more…

Hollywood inspects its navel

by Richard Grenier -- Every once in a while, it occurs to folks in Hollywood, in their pursuit of the absurd, that there are few things more absurd than Hollywood itself, so more…