Hastert caves to feminists

by Jane Chastain -- Before entering politics, Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., was a high-school teacher and wrestling coach. You never would know it! Last week it was Hastert who more…

Smashing hopes of false democracy

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…

Who taxes nicer, Gore or Bush?

by Judy Lowe -- Today's Web column asks questions and points you to the answers. What's in it for me? A reader recommends Brian Kirkby's Tax Clarity site. It analyzes Bush's and more…

The inside scoop on Outside

by Cynthia Grenier -- You know Outside, I'm sure. It's the only national magazine to win best magazine writing awards three years in a row. Outside also happily boasts of fathering, as more…

'Frank admission

by -NO AUTHOR- -- OKLAHOMA CITY -- After meeting and speaking with Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating this past week at the State Capitol in Oklahoma City, I had a glance at what more…

Wen Ho Lee and the odd couple

by Gordon Prather -- Janet Reno and Louis Freeh -- recently linked in unholy matrimony by Judge James Parker and promptly thrown overboard by President Clinton -- were furiously treading water before more…

Al and Stendhal

by Richard Grenier -- Al Gore has announced to the whole wide world that his favorite novel is Stendhal's "The Red and the Black." On page four of this 567-page book, in more…

The rewards of greed

by Tom Ambrose -- My friend Jerry just died. He suddenly fell prey to a very rare disease a few days ago; in less than a week, a vibrant, honorable, loving man more…

Debunking the gashouse gang

by Alan Keyes -- Just how likely is it that increasing levels of carbon dioxide resulting from human use of fossil fuels will cause a significant increase in global temperature -- and more…

Ever tried rice bits?

by Cynthia Grenier -- You know what it's like eating Japanese rice bits? Those tiny, golden, glossy, crispy, curiously shaped snacks -- indefinably spicy -- really not anything like their American or more…