Amazing gridlock, how sweet the grind

by Joel Miller -- While I have to confess my amazement with the circus act being oh-so deftly performed by the elephants and donkeys down in Florida, I can't say I'm terribly more…

While Florida fiddles ...

by Joseph Farah -- Whenever something so totally dominates the news as the election stalemate in Florida has since last week, I always get suspicious about the stories and news developments that more…

In praise of escape

by Stuart Goldman -- Oh man, not another nightmare. They've gotten so bad that I'm actually afraid to go to sleep at night. Most of them seem to involve my mother -- more…

What has Election 2000 taught us?

by Jon Dougherty -- As Texas Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore continue to harangue and harass each other over what the meaning of "vote count" is, there are more…

The election: Hanging by a chad

by Larry Elder -- "The Election Crisis" screamed the New York Times full-page ad. "The outcome of last Tuesday's election," began the ad, "is threatening to produce a constitutional crisis. This threat more…

What if the pre-election polls were right?

by Craige McMillan -- In the midst of the latest court and public relations assault on "We, the People" in this historically close presidential election, the mainline media has focused on the more…

Vouching for education reform?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The election settled two issues decisively. First, huge swaths of the American electorate have been woefully underserved by the public education system, and hence reform and revolution of more…

While you were busy with Florida ...

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…

Responsible gun ownership

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Although the eyes of the nation during the past week have been focused on Florida and the final outcome of the presidential race, criminals have focused on finding more…

'Which way to doom?'

by Casey Brooks -- I keep thinking about this riddle from years ago, something about traveling through a land where half the people always tell the truth and the other half always more…