Vikings on the move

by Richard Grenier -- As the world waits to see if peace will ever come to the eastern Mediterranean, the Norsemen (or Vikings) are celebrating the thousand-year peace of Northern Europe. It more…

The raging culture war

by David Limbaugh -- In case some of you think that a cease-fire has been achieved in the culture war, I'm here to tell you that the guns are still blazing -- more…

A spiritual awakening

by Johnny Chung -- Despite my anger with this administration for the way it is treating me, I am eternally grateful to God for His mercy and for using this situation to more…

Waco trial: Repeated as farce?

by Alan W. Bock -- The advisory jury's decision in the Branch Davidian civil damages trial that the government and its agents were not responsible for the fire that led to the deaths more…

Special rightsfor politicians?

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Joseph Farah is on the road for the next 10 days. His column will return as time and schedule permit. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says more…

Democrat's war on success

by John N. Doggett -- The Republican Congress, finally rediscovering its backbone, has sent Clinton legislation that will eliminate the estate tax over the next 10 years. Slick Willie, a man who has more…

China's military upswing

by Inside the Ring -- PLA on Taiwan The People's Liberation Army does not want to see a resolution of the current Taiwan Strait crisis. That's the view from Pentagon China watchers. Keeping more…

Do parasites rule the world?

by Bill Steigerwald -- That's not a deep philosophical or sociological question. It has nothing to do with the machinations of politicians. And no, it isn't a set-up line for a joke more…

Independence, American-style

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The powers that be seem mighty upset by "The Patriot" starring Mel Gibson as the Southern planter who takes up arms against the British to defend his home more…

Summer sandbox diaries

by Craige McMillan -- As a child, I had a sandbox. I remember it being in the backyard, under a large, tall tree -- one with long, ugly seedpods that sometimes fell more…