The slow rot of Al Gore

by Linda Bowles -- Most pollsters and political pundits are constantly reminding us that a majority of Americans approve of the way Bill Clinton is performing his job as president of the more…

An open letter to Arafat

by Joseph Farah -- Dear Mr. Arafat: I couldn't help but notice that your recent rhetoric, as in your speech to the Arab Summit last week, suggests you are now not only more…

Dope File: Druggies worse than killers?

by Joel Miller -- We don't joke with coke Sometimes fact is not actually stranger than fiction, just a lot stupider. Go no further than Columbus, Ga., and you'll see exactly what more…

Gore: Scare voters this Halloween

by Gordon Prather -- Among the documents Congress will probably find in Gore's secret "lockbox" will be the secret protocols made with his old Russian buddy-roo Viktor Chernomyrdin. And then there may more…

Meditations on Moynihan's Departure

by Richard Grenier -- The scene is Brown's Hotel in the heart of Mayfair, London. We are a pretty ritzy group: Pat Moynihan, our ambassador to India, Frank Hauser, director of the more…

Know-it-alls never learn

by David Hackworth -- There's a striking and alarming parallel between the USS Cole catastrophe -- which took 17 sailors' lives and zeroed out a billion-dollar warship -- and one that occurred more…

Hooray for Hillary

by Bill O'Reilly -- We are living in desperate political times and The New York Times is partially responsible. On Sunday, Oct. 22, in the year of the Lord 2000, the Times more…

The ghost of Mr. Clinton

by Chuck Baldwin -- If one is looking at the Middle East to find the Clinton legacy, he is looking in the wrong place. Instead, he should look no further than at more…

D.C. ramblings

by Geoff Metcalf -- Benjamin Disraeli once observed, "As a general rule the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information." It occurs to me that the more…