Florida's overweening court

by Thomas Jipping -- The presidential election saga is not about the fine points of election law. It is about whether "we, the people" or "they, the judges" run the country. Tuesday more…

Junior high memories

by Stuart Goldman -- Larry de Wald is sitting on a wall in my back yard sucking on a cigarette. I can't believe he's really here. De Wald has a rep for more…

Florida Supreme Court: Democratic nonpartisans?

by Larry Elder -- What to think of the Florida Supreme Court? The court ruled unanimously that manual recounts in pro-Gore Democratic counties shall continue. Let's see. The Florida Supreme Court consists more…

The Grinch who stole Thanksgiving

by Craige McMillan -- Memo: To Florida, et al. From: The Voters Subject: Our Election Being as it is already Thanksgiving, the rest of us were wondering if you'd made any progress more…

Something to be thankful for

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…

Global governance erupts at The Hague

by Henry Lamb -- THE HAGUE -- Jacques Chirac, president of France, told the delegates negotiating the Kyoto Protocol in The Hague, that the Protocol is an important step toward global governance. more…

True lies

by Alan W. Bock -- Everything could be changed again by the time this sees cyberspace, of course, but developments Wednesday seemed to be going Bush's way, whereas Tuesday night it seemed as more…

Will of the court

by Casey Brooks -- "Twenty-five years ago, this court commented that the will of the people, not a hyper-technical reliance upon statutory provisions, should be our guiding principle in election cases. We more…