Marketing evil?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- A Federal Trade Commission report commissioned by Bill Clinton has blasted the entertainment industry for its "pervasive and aggressive marketing" of violence to kids between 12 and 18 more…

A disturbing pattern

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…

Tarnished rings

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- If you listen to the hype from NBC, the greatest athletes in the world will be performing for you on your television screen during the last two weeks more…

Vincent Foster revisited

by Joseph Farah -- Everybody knows Vincent Foster killed himself in Fort Marcy Park July 20, 1993. Right? I mean, this has been the most thoroughly investigated suicide in the history of more…

Gay journalists turn activists

by -NO AUTHOR- -- SAN FRANCISCO -- Every few months, a new poll comes out showing that Americans are more in favor of homosexual "rights" than they were in the last survey. more…

How about a Legion of Decency?

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Catholics, Protestants, Muslims and Jews From: Jude Wanniski Re: Privatizing censorship The lead editorial in today's New York Times, "Unworthy Pandering by Mr. Gore," sharply criticizes the more…

The good president, a TV fantasy?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- In an election year where both major presidential candidates seem to Gush and Bore each other -- and us -- to death, "West Wing," that acclaimed issue-oriented dramatic more…

Gore campaign signals voter disconnect

by Jon Dougherty -- Oprah Winfrey must be popular among a segment of the American television viewing audience because the woman has managed to stay on the air for years now, becoming more…

Al Gore's Red China policy

by Charles Smith -- In 1993 Al Gore was charged by a presidential directive to oversee U.S. secure communications and encryption export policy. The vice president is documented as running the high-tech more…

Polls and klunkers

by Scott Rasmussen -- Journalists routinely cite public opinion polls in reporting political campaigns and other news stories. They also routinely cite the poll's "margin of error" which lends an air of more…