Food for thought: A mess of corporate pottage

by Chuck Baldwin -- It's official: 164 Republicans and 73 Democrats in the House of Representatives sold the birthright of America for a mess of corporate pottage. Lincoln had it all wrong. more…

Horrors of California's HMOs

by Geoff Metcalf -- California often leads the nation (for good and ill) in a variety of areas: fashion, fads, colloquial rape of the language, and bad legislative practice. However, every once more…

Appeasement and the China trade deal?

by Jon Dougherty -- When European nations attempted to appease Nazi Germany in the face of Berlin's belligerence in the years leading up to World War II, the tactic didn't work. All more…

The bilingual dumb-down

by Joseph Farah -- Someone once said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. That's what comes to mind in a review more…

Another way to remember

by J.R. Nyquist -- Memorial Day is a holiday honoring Americans killed in battle. It is the day on which flowers are strewn on the graves of our war dead, and a more…

Memorial Day through the Net

by Judy Lowe -- Freedom isn't free. Take a moment before or between today's barbecues, picnics and softball games to pause and think of the reason for the holiday. The American Legion's more…

The hazing of Judge Lamberth

by Larry Klayman -- Over the last several years, Judicial Watch has brought over 60 lawsuits against a corrupt and unrepentant Clinton-Gore administration -- frankly a small number given the widespread criminality more…

Moral corruption incarnate

by Jerry Falwell -- On Wednesday night, the Democratic Party, in what was called a salute to President Clinton, raised an astounding $26 million -- reportedly a record-breaking fund-raiser. However, it was more…

Britain's very own neo-McCarthyism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I confess to a certain Schadenfreude about the treatment of "racism" in Britain. For a generation and more I have, as an American resident here, watched and listened more…