Over-hypedon Internet?

by Bill Steigerwald -- OK, so the Internet isn't really going to save the world. It's not going end war. It's not going to make everyone on earth equal. It's not going more…

Wanted:Political diversity

by Jon Dougherty -- The Clinton administration has actually been good for Americans, in a sense, because it has helped highlight all that is wrong with politics and the elite "political class" more…

My heart at peace

by Johnny Chung -- Last week, a lot of you wrote me e-mails after the "700 Club" interview aired, saying you care about my current situation. I want to thank you for more…

Can the debatesbe useful?

by Alan W. Bock -- George W. says he still isn't ready to make a commitment on the precise format of the televised presidential debates. So perhaps it isn't too soon for others more…

A Korean river of tears

by John N. Doggett -- Last week, the North Korean communists allowed 100 of its citizens who have family members in the South to go see and touch them for the first time more…

U.S. takes missiles to Asia

by Inside the Ring -- Asian missile buildup The Pentagon moved several dozen conventional air-launched cruise missiles to the island of Guam earlier this month. The transfer marked the first time the precision-guided more…

A campaign dividedagainst itself

by David Limbaugh -- Last time I wrote that Gore was not really straying from the Clinton reservation by stressing Old Democrat (liberal) rather than New Democrat (more centrist) themes. Instead, he more…

Got bad taste?

by Joel Miller -- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is back on the warpath, and this time it's New York Pooh-bah Rudy Giuliani with a tomahawk in the noggin. In more…

Gore's a crook, too

by Joseph Farah -- It was a nice try by Al Gore to select Sen. Joe Lieberman as his running mate. It was a conscious decision to put distance between the Gore more…

Diet Coke and the coming election

by Richard Grenier -- It's one of the oldest complaints against democratic government. But if a democracy conceals the true facts of the national situation from the voter, how is the public more…