Slavery to the state

by Joseph Farah -- Even before President-elect George W. Bush is sworn in, his proposal for an all-too-modest tax cut is being savaged as a threat to the republic. The real threat more…

A tranquil New Year's novelty

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- It's an index of how much I hate New Year's Eve that my best one so far was spent a while ago at a Hare Krishna ashram listening more…

Clinton embraces International Criminal Court

by Henry Lamb -- Only hours before the Dec. 31 deadline, Bill Clinton gave the United Nations its most significant victory so far in its relentless quest for global governance: the International more…

Bush credibility on the line with tax cuts

by Scott Rasmussen -- Sometimes low expectations can be a blessing. That's definitely the case with President-elect George W. Bush and the tax issue. Despite the fact that he actively campaigned for more…

WND's new strategic technical partner

by -NO AUTHOR- -- For the first time in more than two years, WorldNetDaily has switched to a new main server this week as part of a technical strategic partnership with one more…

Musings on the millennium

by Hal Lindsey -- It's now officially the new millennium; 2001 came and went without incident, a far cry from last year's Millennium 2000. At last, people can stop pointing out to more…

Don Rumsfeld, pragmatist

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Gen. Colin Powell From: Jude Wanniski Re: Rummy at the Pentagon The New York Times recently reported that when you first heard that Donald Rumsfeld was being more…

New Year's resolutions

by Linda Bowles -- Resolutions for the new year are about correcting sins of omission and commission. The basic idea is to make lists of our intentions to begin doing certain things more…

Why liberals can't do foreign policy

by Jon Dougherty -- I'm sure it wasn't high on the list of priorities for most pre-New Year's Day celebrants, but various news services on Friday reported that a 1995 agreement between more…