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…

Removing God from public life

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The recent rulings handed down by the Supreme Court prohibiting student-led prayer at sporting events, such as the kind that took place in Texas, might seem like yet more…

Adopting and life in the burbs

by Bill Steigerwald -- Boonesville, Kentucky -- Here in deepest Appalachia, where a pound of tobacco costs $3 and a pound of marijuana costs $1,200, magazine stands as we know them do more…

Speaker appoints top China lobbyist

by -NO AUTHOR- -- House Speaker Dennis Hastert has named a lobbyist for Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing as his top national security and foreign policy adviser, a move that has made more…

How dare you, George?

by David Limbaugh -- Can you imagine the dramatic change that would occur in the landscape of presidential politics if Republicans could just persuade a small portion of the black population to more…

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…

Liberty, justice and guns

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- The brilliant design of the Constitution of the United States envisioned a tripartite form of government with the three branches of government --executive, legislative, and judicial -- as more…

Cold War logic

by J.R. Nyquist -- Now that the United States is building down its nuclear forces, and Russia is supposedly doing the same, we should ask ourselves how it happened that the two 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…