Lying like a loser

by Paul Sperry -- The election is over, and Al Gore has won, or so he keeps saying, and yet he and his advisers continue to dissemble as they did when they more…

Is healing even possible?

by Craige McMillan -- With our nation polarized over a handful of votes in a presidential contest, I've begun to wonder if healing between the two warring camps is even possible. The more…

The economic stakes

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- What are the economic implications of the presidential election dispute? During the confusion, the stock market has been a fascinating bellwether for which candidate traders think is better more…

'Blood libel' alive and well

by Joseph Farah -- I've said it before and I'll say it again: There will be no lasting or real peace in the Middle East until Arabs stop demonizing Jews. Many Arabs more…

Democracy and economic growth

by Walter Williams -- Tidjane Thiam, writing in Newsweek's recent special edition, says democracy is vital to economic growth. As minister of planning and economic development of Cote d'Ivoire, Thiam says, "Africa more…

High Court needs some new direction

by Jon Dougherty -- Vice President Al Gore and the Democrats, during the 2000 election campaign, made a big deal out of who would appoint perhaps as many as three justices to more…

Another casualty in America's drug war

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The curse of drugs has struck again. Robert Downey Jr., on break from shooting television's "Ally McBeal," was arrested over the Thanksgiving weekend and charged with possession of more…

Why Al Gore won't give up

by Jude Wanniski -- To: WND readers From: Jude Wanniski Re: Earth in the Balance For the last several years, I've written to Vice Al President Gore a number of times, trying more…

Every chad is sacred ...

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Since the election, I've turned off the radio music as background noise in the office and turned on MSNBC as background noise to keep tuned into what's going more…

Chad row

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Interesting -- despite our country being so high-tech -- how U.S. elections remain trapped in "The Flintstones" era, the mechanical, moral -- and oral -- equivalent of the more…