Meditations on Moynihan's Departure

by Richard Grenier -- The scene is Brown's Hotel in the heart of Mayfair, London. We are a pretty ritzy group: Pat Moynihan, our ambassador to India, Frank Hauser, director of the more…

The ghost of Mr. Clinton

by Chuck Baldwin -- If one is looking at the Middle East to find the Clinton legacy, he is looking in the wrong place. Instead, he should look no further than at more…

D.C. ramblings

by Geoff Metcalf -- Benjamin Disraeli once observed, "As a general rule the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information." It occurs to me that the more…

And all the ships at sea

by Barbara Simpson -- From the sublime to the ridiculous. One day, it was celebration in San Francisco. Fleet Week and the Navy and a great port reception! Less than a week more…

More myths of the Middle East

by Joseph Farah -- My recent commentaries on the Middle East have touched off a virtual international firestorm on the Internet. Since writing "Myths of the Middle East" less than two weeks more…

Paula, how could you?

by Jane Chastain -- When the calls and e-mails began pouring in about Paula Jones posing nude for Penthouse, this reporter dismissed them. Those rumors had been around for months. This poor more…

More taxes for the children?

by Jon Dougherty -- It's comical to hear liberal Democrats claim to be the arbiters of protecting American children. In reality, were it not for liberals, parents would be much more able more…

Light's on but surfer's home?

by Judy Lowe -- Internet answering machine. If you have only one phone line and you're connected to the Internet a lot, you're probably missing some phone calls. Now you can surf more…

Exploiting violent emotions in the Middle East

by J.R. Nyquist -- Editor's note: WND's J.R. Nyquist is a renowned expert on America's fatal illusion of an international balance of power; diplomatic and Cold War history; the survivability of a more…