Choco-politics

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Forget booze. What about chocolate? So Dubya has a DUI in his past. Of course his drinking days are over and done with. Natch. But what do we more…

The first post-Clinton scandal

by Joseph Farah -- The California Democratic Party paid for the mailing of an 11th-hour Bill Clinton campaign letter to unregistered, non-citizen Hispanics urging them to use a bogus "Voter Identification Card" more…

The totalitarian bear

by Hal Lindsey -- The U.S. presidential election has pretty much crowded out everything else in the news for the past several weeks, but America isn't the only nation making choices that more…

Ping-pong in Florida

by Scott Rasmussen -- The 2000 presidential race has come down to one state: Florida. In a ping-pong like series of events that rivals the NASDAQ in recent months, the national news more…

My new entitlement

by Walter Williams -- By appearance alone, no one would ever guess that next year I'll celebrate my 65th birthday. Going by this year's presidential campaign promises, simply by surviving 65 years more…

Can he lead?

by Jon Dougherty -- The polls are closed and Americans have spoken. Millions of us are simply happy that we're not being bombarded with campaign advertisements any longer in this, the most more…

Demanding responsibility

by Gordon Prather -- Well, you're not going to believe this, but Clinton and Gore claim that one of the three guiding principles of their administration has been to demand that all more…

A new politic for black America

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Rev. Al Sharpton, the most significant black leader in America today, did something very important over the last several days. He opened the door of black political life more…

Veterans or victims?

by David Hackworth -- What a week! First we pick a new broom for the White House. And then, once the confetti and champagne corks are policed up and the pundits explain more…

What do women want?

by Richard Grenier -- For weeks now, perhaps months, the press led us to believe that women were going to elect the next president of the United States. So the question "What more…