The character of George W. Bush

by Harry Browne -- The Republicans want to feed on public disrespect for Bill Clinton by making character an issue in the presidential campaign. They've tried to transfer that disrespect to Al more…

Oil mining is the American way

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Oil mining exists in Northern Alberta, and has been producing oil for over 25 years, starting from the opening of the SunCor mine. The present process used there, more…

A question for Ralph Nader

by Lenora B. Fulani -- This week's Village Voice, a New York based liberal-left journal, features the following advertisement by the Committee for New Political Options about the state of the independent political more…

The kid vote

by Bill O'Reilly -- The New York Post buried the item, but it should have been page one. A survey taken of 400 Americans ages 16 to 21 uncovered the startling statistic more…

What if Clinton decides to stay in office?

by Chuck Baldwin -- It is assumed that this will be an ordinary election year in which our government peacefully changes administrations. While this is likely to occur, remember it is Bill more…

Flag flap follow up

by Geoff Metcalf -- When you do what I do, both on the radio and here on WorldNetDaily.com, you get called a lot of nasty names. It goes with the territory and more…

Conservative alternatives and realities

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- There is little doubt that most conservatives are going to vote for George W. Bush, even though there are such worthy conservative alternatives as the Constitution Party and more…

Medicare should be scrapped, eventually

by Jon Dougherty -- As the Nov. 7 election nears, senior citizens have been treated to a host of Medicare-funded prescription drug plans offered by the candidates of both major political parties. more…

Why young Americans don't vote

by Jane Chastain -- The polls show that this could be one of the closest presidential elections in recent history. Every vote is an important vote. However, young adults, ages 18-24, the more…

Energy: A deepening dilemma

by Henry Lamb -- America's robust economy is racing down the highway, apparently unaware that just beyond the range of the headlights is an intersection pointing to two different futures. The road more…