In Dependence Day?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- "Happy Independence Day. Hope you will remember why we celebrate," writes Laurel Wyckoff from Helena, Mont. Kind of peculiar -- poignant, really -- spending Independence Day in Philadelphia, more…

Death-tax showdown

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott From: Jude Wanniski Re: Congratulations on Cloture Petition! Hurray for you, Trent! I heard from Karen Kerrigan of our Washington office that more…

Clinton softens Chinese threat?

by Charles Smith -- The Fiscal Year 2000 National Defense Authorization Act directs the secretary of defense to submit a report "on the current and future military strategy of the People's Republic more…

Nazi tactics in the name of 'health'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Proverbs 8:36 tells us that all those who hate God love death. If this is true -- and it is, because God says it -- then America is more…

Explaining high gas prices

by Walter Williams -- Whether we like today's high gasoline prices or not, according to Vice President Gore, they're good for us. In Gore's book "Earth in the Balance," he claims that more…

Americans who risked everything

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Rush H. Limbaugh II is the father of Rush Limbaugh, notable Excellence in Broadcast radio talk show host. By Rush H. Limbaugh II " ... our more…

Hide the history books

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Ah, but the old stereotypes do die hard. It is pleasant to remember the school days back in Jurassic times when we sat at our desks and soaked more…

It could have been different

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "These are the times that try men's souls." --Thomas Paine in "The Crisis" The date was Dec. 23, 1776. General Washington's troops had shrunk from 10,000 to 2,000. more…

The Manchurian media

by Toby Westerman -- Editor's note: The following article by WND contributing editor Toby Westerman is excerpted from the July cover story of WorldNet magazine. Readers can subscribe to WorldNet at WND's more…

Losing an incredible generation

by David Hackworth -- Medics have been my heroes from the first time I saw a "Doc" risk his life to patch up a wounded grunt. They're the bravest of the brave more…