What Clinton hath wrought

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A whirling dervish would envy the public relations "spin" Samuel Berger is performing concerning President Clinton's foreign policy accomplishments. In a friendly interview with Washington Post columnist Jim more…

American soldiers are citizens, too

by David Hackworth -- Ronald Scott Owens, who hailed from Vero Beach, Fla., recently made the ultimate sacrifice along with 16 shipmates when the USS Cole was attacked in Yemen's Aden harbor. more…

Bush doesn't get it

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine, for a minute, the roles of the two contenders for the presidency are reversed. It's Al Gore who wins Florida by a few hundred votes and George more…

Inevitable consequences to Gore shenanigans

by Geoff Metcalf -- America appears to be dangerously divided. The mere fact that this never-ending story of Election 2000 continues and the result is so close illustrates just how divided the more…

For Gore it's Al or nothing

by Barbara Simpson -- As I write this, the turkey and stuffing are finally cooling down in the fridge, the kids are enjoying third helpings of pie and ice cream and the more…

A presidential election that became a civil war

by J.R. Nyquist -- Editor's note: WND's J.R. Nyquist is a renowned expert on America's fatal illusion of an international balance of power; diplomatic and Cold War history; the survivability of a more…

Why the 2000 election was blemished

by Jane Chastain -- The case for counting ballots with dimpled, pimpled or otherwise blemished chads likely will not be settled with this election, but the mystery of why there were so more…

The mind-numbing morass

by Joseph Farah -- People want to know why I am not marching in the streets, or, at least urging others to do so. They want to know why I am not more…

Shades of Kyoto at The Hague

by Henry Lamb -- THE HAGUE -- Sometime after midnight yesterday, Jan Pronk, prime minister of the Netherlands, and president of The Hague climate change conference, released his own draft of the more…