Clinton's August surprise

by Joseph Farah -- Former U.S. Marine Intelligence Col. Scott Ritter says the United Nations is about to make new weapons inspections demands upon Iraq. The former weapons inspector adds, in an more…

Yes, I meant 'harassment'

by Johnny Chung -- Tuesday night, I made an appearance on Fox News Channel's show Hannity & Colmes to talk about the fund-raising letter sent to me by Al Gore's campaign manager, more…

A legacy of empire

by Alan W. Bock -- The current Camp David talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority display many of the characteristics of a last-months bid by Bill Clinton to build a legacy at more…

Keep God in, throw God out?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- USA Today reports that the Colorado Board Of Education has voted to post the words "In God we trust" in their public schools. Pat Robertson on the 700 more…

Why an anti-missile shield is essential

by John N. Doggett -- Sometimes it's not hard to figure out what is the right thing to do. When, for example, the weatherman says that it will rain, the right thing to more…

Echelon: Ears on you?

by Inside the Ring -- We're listening Echelon, the supersensitive snooping network operated worldwide by the U.S., with British assistance, is based at Menwith Hall Station, England. It uses major downloading posts at more…

Forget the Cold War?

by Richard Grenier -- "East-West," the new Franco-Russian film, begins on shipboard on the Mediterranean at the end of World War II. The ship is bursting with joy. The passengers have just more…

Suffering Scamway

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- So I get a phone-call from Chick, the security guy who installed my house's alarm system. He has to stop by and replace some batteries. Remember, the ones more…

My new favorite movie

by Joseph Farah -- Call me a simpleton. Call me a shill. Call me what you will. But I love Mel Gibson's "The Patriot." Love it! It's a great movie. It may more…

Clinton's crazy oil plan

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Does our government engage in central planning? Not in the good old USA. Surely not. Free markets, not politicians, determine the allocation of resources. Except in certain cases. more…