Support and defend

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- In Pensacola, Fla., it's bigger than Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Labor Day all rolled into one. It's an event that brings not only the natives more…

The Russian state and the Russian economy

by J.R. Nyquist -- In my book, "Origins of the Fourth World War," I describe the former Soviet Union as an empire against empires and a system of oppression built in the more…

Dreading GOP rule

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- All things equal, it looks like a shoo-in for George W. Bush. So I'm wondering: is it too early to start hating the Republican administration and all the more…

Homecoming?

by Craige McMillan -- Last week's column left humanity playing in a multitude of individual sandboxes, under God's watchful eye, as he peeked out from behind the curtains into His backyard -- more…

Declining standards

by Walter Williams -- Listening to how English is spoken nowadays is one more indicator of our decline in values and standards. It's not just the foul language and loose talk; it's more…

Dancing at the
Executioner's Ball

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- So Philadelphia, the city of my momentary domicile, is gearing up for the descent of the Republicans, which for some reason I associate with that mesmerizingly horrific "descent more…

Cheney, a good choice.No kidding

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo: To George W. Bush From: Jude Wanniski Re: A Perfect Fit You probably did not know that I was not happy that you had given Dick Cheney more…

Americans indanger of losing freedom

by Jon Dougherty -- Since the inception of WorldNetDaily as a "fiercely independent" newssite and since WND began making such a splash with millions of Americans, government officials, lawmakers and bureaucrats, those more…

Pat Buchanan and his
friends can't be trusted

by Lenora B. Fulani -- There's something you should know about Pat Buchanan and his friends. They'll say (or write) anything to get what they want. That includes rewriting history (their own and more…

Wrong-way John Huang

by Charles Smith -- Bill Clinton's personal choice for the Commerce Department was former Lippo banker John Huang. In 1993, John Huang was very close to the Clintons, having worked with both more…