After action report: The flag flap

by Geoff Metcalf -- The recent WorldNetDaily exclusives about the American Flag, Navy warships and Presidential junkets have sparked a lot of controversy. There are two stories on which this column is more…

Ralph Nader: More red than green

by Jane Chastain -- On June 25, in Denver, Colo., Ralph Nader accepted the presidential nomination of the Green Party. Mr. Nader and his friends may have wrapped themselves in an environmental more…

Whither Elian?

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Joseph Farah is on the road, slaying the dragons of government waste, fraud, corruption and abuse at every turn. For the next week, his column will more…

Click-through for college texts

by Judy Lowe -- This week we take a peek at sneakers (a.k.a. "athletic shoes"), ancient myths, foreign films, football and personalized TV listings, among other Web offerings. Cheaper textbooks. It's time more…

Who needs a husband?

by Richard Grenier -- Something big is going on here. Shut up! I'll do the talking. The Time magazine cover this week is "Who Needs A Husband? More women are saying no more…

The Gore Bounce

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The Socialist Party of America, otherwise known as the Democrats, held its convention in Los Angeles and presented the American people with its vision of the future: a more…

Another acceptance speech

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Now that both Republican nominee George W. Bush and Democratic nominee Al Gore have given their respective acceptance speeches, I would like to give mine as the selection more…

CIA and the 'art'of infiltration

by Cynthia Grenier -- Let a few decades pass and you can find how history can be miscast, not to mention virtually misinterpreted. A recent hefty, 500-page book by a young English more…

Substance abuse?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON -- This has been a strange election year. Voters have flipped back and forth between Republican nominee George W. Bush and Democratic nominee Al Gore. Some are more…

Time ticks for tyranny

by Alan Keyes -- Friday's Washington Post reported that the Clinton administration is using its last months before a possible Republican replacement arrives to "feverishly" seek a "legacy," particularly on environmental matters. more…