Meet the real Al Gore

by Joseph Farah -- The lakes and rivers sustain us; they flow through the veins of the earth and into our own. But we must take care to let them flow back more…

Avoiding political candidates

by Alan W. Bock -- Al Gore is simply the latest manifestation of some of the reasons I avoid endorsing political candidates or getting involved in supporting them. When it comes to oil more…

Who gets credit for booming economy?

by John N. Doggett -- The numbers are in from the Census Bureau. Americans are making more money than at any time in our history. More people are employed, and fewer people are more…

Clinton concedes to N. Korea?

by Inside the Ring -- North Korea deal A week after the Pentagon issued a report warning that North Korea is building up its military forces and remains a major danger, the Clinton more…

Goldman is back!

by Stuart Goldman -- NANTES, France -- Well gang, for all those of you who've been asking "where the heck is Goldman?" now you know. Last June, I took a leave of more…

Media knows best

by Harry Browne -- It has long been apparent that many people in the media don't believe you're competent to make your own decisions. So they decide what you'll know -- not more…

Military brass smooth over readiness problems

by Jon Dougherty -- If you're a military veteran -- especially one that spent time in the service during the Reagan/Bush/Cheney years and into the Clinton years -- it's easy to tell more…

A crumbling cultural foundation

by Craige McMillan -- "... for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation." --The Apostle Peter In the grand scheme of things, more…

The rich are national treasures

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Who deserves credit for eight years of economic growth? It is usually presented as a multiple choice question: a) Bill Clinton, b) the Republican Congress, or c) Alan more…

How Gore reinvented greed

by Joseph Farah -- Vice President Al Gore is using all his influence with President Clinton to persuade him to tap into the nation's emergency oil stockpile. He argues that this is more…