Alice in voter-land

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Here I was worried the CIA might seize upon our country's current chaos and uncertainty to stage a coup, in its anticipation the post-election gridlock might "justify" President more…

No banana republic here

by Hal Lindsey -- Despite the flack surrounding Election 2000, there are still a few things we Americans can look at and take solace from. Although the process may well have sustained more…

Losing the race

by Walter Williams -- Here are just a few of the facts: One study asked middle-class black, white and Asian high school students what was the lowest grade their parents would tolerate more…

Those missing military ballots

by Joseph Farah -- Now it's up to the military. In most countries, facing a constitutional crisis over a hung election would be a scary prospect. But in America, military service people more…

Some things never change

by David Hackworth -- For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy wait outside"; But it's "Special train for Atkins" when the trooper's on the tide ... Yes, makin' mock o' more…

Vanishing values

by Bill O'Reilly -- It took Jesse Jackson just hours to hightail it down to Florida and try to make the election deadlock a racial issue. It took Hillary Clinton exactly two more…

Falling for the decency trap, again

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- If Al Gore, Bill Daley, Warren Christopher and their legion of lawyers succeed in stealing the presidential election from George W. Bush, it won't be because more…

254 'boy words'

by Judith Reisman -- Editor's note: The following column contains content of a sexual nature that some readers may find objectionable. Those debating whether homosexuals should be scout leaders should take a more…

So much for the will of the people

by Linda Bowles -- While many Americans were having anxiety attacks, losing sleep, and fighting off depression as they watched the entire country seriously divided and teetering on the cusp of a more…

Opening the book on hate

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On those rare occasions when I have some unscheduled time, one of my favorite indulgences is browsing through the shelves of my local Barnes and Noble. Strolling through more…