Elian: Whose hands were tied?

by David Limbaugh -- Unlike the executive branch of the federal government under the Clinton administration, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals acts within limitations imposed on the judicial branch by the more…

Fire Secretary of Defense Cohen

by David Hackworth -- Secretary of Defense William Cohen should be given a medal -- by America's enemies, that is -- for allowing our armed forces to drop to the lowest point more…

Russian threats -- then and now

by Joseph Farah -- In search of a legacy, President Clinton concluded two days of talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin about arms control. What Clinton didn't tell the American people was more…

The cable guy and the Constitution

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Picture this. You go out and buy a brand new television set so that you can watch the shows and games you want to watch. A guy from more…

Hymn to a politically incorrect wife

by Chuck Baldwin -- Connie and I are celebrating our 27th wedding anniversary today. I can honestly say that outside of my personal faith in Christ my marriage to this wonderful woman more…

Protecting children from bad law

by Geoff Metcalf -- In the arena of global cyberspace California is often laughed at as being either another planet or a trendy micro-culture that is an oddity unique unto itself. The more…

If this be treason

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The reputation of the BBC -- at least outside Britain -- is exemplary. That is particularly so in matters which require a certain impartiality, like political questions. But, more…

The best reason for armed self-defense

by Jon Dougherty -- Last week New York authorities caught up to the two career criminals who killed five innocent workers at a Queens fast food restaurant. Word is these lowlifes may more…

Reagan hits the screen again

by Judy Lowe -- This week's websites feature great grilling recipes for your next cookout, an online art museum and tracing your roots around the world. Ronald Reagan. I have no idea more…

Remember Afghanistan? Moscow does

by J.R. Nyquist -- Vladimir Zhirinovksy, the head of Russia's Liberal Democratic Party, made a curious comment in December 1993. He said, "If in Afghanistan we had used the tsar's flags instead more…