The betrayal game

by Barbara Simpson -- When I was a kid, Halloween was a time of costumes, trick or treat, and -- for those more willing than I to brave the wrath of their more…

What surplus?

by Jane Chastain -- Both presidential candidates are fighting over what to do with our $2 trillion surplus. The fight largely is meaningless because, back in Washington, our elected representatives are spending more…

A platform for pedophiles?

by Judith Reisman -- The day before Minnesota passed H.F. 585 in 1993, I was asked to assist parents' rights activists there who were trying to stop this "sexual orientation" bill introduced more…

Junk statistics 101

by Gordon Prather -- Well, you've all seen the "scientific" polls. According to CNN-Gallup on Oct. 5th, 51 million Americans were going to vote for Al Gore (while only 40 million Americans more…

Upside of the new affluence

by Richard Grenier -- "Wealth is evidently not the good we are seeking, for it is merely useful for the sake of something else," wrote Aristotle some time ago. Yet -- as more…

In defense of church voter guides

by Jerry Falwell -- The Christian Coalition has issued their traditional pre-election voter guides, encouraging people to take into consideration the views of Al Gore and George W. Bush on education, abortion, more…

China, Nobel Prize and disembowelment

by Cynthia Grenier -- I'm sure you're palpitating like all get-out to get the skinny on Gao Xingjian. Who is he? Why this year's pick for the Nobel Prize in literature, of more…

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON -- Forget the polls, just look at the signs emerging from the campaigns of Texas Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore. Which one is more…

Goring life

by Alan Keyes -- An article published by the Catholic News Service on Oct. 16 reports that Al Gore "sees a burgeoning grass-roots movement seeking common ground on abortion." But in reading more…

Nothing works!

by Stuart Goldman -- You aren't going to find me referring to Bob Dylan songs very often in this column, not only because I think the cat is overrated, but because I more…