The high-flying Clintons

by David Hackworth -- Beautiful Guam didn't sink last week. But there were so many U.S. military aircraft at Andersen Air Force Base that the Pacific islanders and military folks stationed there more…

Left, Right unite against war

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Foreign policy and international conflict are in the news these days as President Clinton wraps up his tours of south Asia, the Russians hold their presidential elections and more…

Taiwan tests the waters

by Johnny Chung -- Tension between China and Taiwan escalated this month with Taiwan's first democratic election. A few days before voters hit the polls, China's Premier Zhu Rong-Ji warned them to more…

Victim choosing in the old media

by Linda Bowles -- No matter what your political persuasion is, you have to admire the power of the news media. They can and do control what you think about and what more…

Phantasma-Gore-ia

by David Limbaugh -- We can all snicker about Al Gore's fantastic delusions about inventing the Internet and his connections with the Love Canal and "Love Story." But the growing evidence of more…

The gods of Hollywood

by Joseph Farah -- There weren't many surprises at the Academy Awards presentation -- especially since the Wall Street Journal had polled members and predicted most of the winners accurately. Oh, it more…

David Goodnow on CBN

by David Goodnow -- David Goodnow, managing editor of WorldNetDaily Radio News, will be featured on CBN's 700 Club on Wednesday, March 29. The segment is expected to focus on Goodnow's personal more…

Amazon's patent jungle

by Judy Lowe -- Today, the readers take over the column, with questions and comments. We'll start with the controversial stuff, where my opinion was solicited. Boycott Amazon.com? The Web went ballistic more…

Thou shalt not pack, saith the preacher

by Jon Dougherty -- According to a report published last week by Christianity Online, leaders from the National Council of Churches have decided to push for more gun control legislation in an more…

Beware the intelligent idiot

by J.R. Nyquist -- An oxymoron is a figure of speech which employs incongruous terms for epigrammatic effect. Simply put, an oxymoron involves two words that do not belong together. Consider Ambrose more…