Battling evil

by Stuart Goldman -- In response to a question many of you are asking, yes, I am currently working on a book on spiritual warfare. Actually, two books will be released concurrently. more…

Doing organ transplants right

by Alan W. Bock -- The House of Representatives on Tuesday voted 275-147 (with 87 Democrats joining the majority) to strike down a Clinton administration initiative that would have changed the way livers, more…

What if Elian were Haitian?

by John N. Doggett -- Little Elian Gonzales has personalized the plight of our less fortunate brothers and sisters in this hemisphere. He has given a face to the hundreds of millions of more…

Taiwan deal

by Inside the Ring -- Washington supporters of arms sales to Taiwan are worried that Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott is about to cut a deal that will scuttle the House-passed Taiwan Security more…

The fraying of America

by David Limbaugh -- One conservative scholar argues that despite their historic achievements and victories over liberalism, conservatives have unwittingly surrendered and allowed themselves to be absorbed into the liberal movement toward more…

New Economy vs. old

by Bill Steigerwald -- Don't worry about the senior corporate citizens of the Old Economy or the great business magazines that have grown rich and fat chronicling their lives. The slow, dumb, more…

Antitrust: A Political Weapon

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Some old-time conservatives had a soft spot for antitrust laws. Russell Kirk, for example, generally believed in free markets, but he made an exception for interventions that curb more…

Indochina 25 years later

by J.R. Nyquist -- This month marks the 25th anniversary of the communist victory in Vietnam. To this day most Americans do not know why our side lost and the communists won. more…

Dealing with death

by Craige McMillan -- "Thus that which is the most awful of evils, death, is nothing to us, since when we exist there is no death, and when there is death we more…

Kosovo: The 'permanent dilemma'

by Joseph Farah -- Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott now calls Kosovo a "permanent dilemma" for U.S. policy-makers. It did not have to be so. Speaking at the Carnegie Endowment for more…