Clinton, Sudan and genocide

by Joseph Farah -- The United States appears to be set to resume full diplomatic relations with Sudan after four years. The U.S. closed its embassy in Khartoum in 1996 fearing a more…

Terms of confinement

by Johnny Chung -- During President Clinton's impeachment proceedings, the only thing people heard about was Monica Lewinsky. The media made virtually no mention of the Chinagate scandal. I wonder why. Last more…

Elian: Curiouser and curiouser

by Alan W. Bock -- My preference, as I explained some weeks ago, would have been for young Elian to have been treated like any other unaccompanied minor who came into the country more…

Attack of the whiny, weeenie witches

by Stuart Goldman -- Whew! I'm still trying to crawl out from under the massive pile of e-mails I got as a result of last week's column, which for all those of more…

What was she thinking?

by John N. Doggett -- Janet "Waco" Reno has now secured her place as the most infamous attorney general in America's history. For many of us, her name is a dirty word. She more…

Commander grounded

by Inside the Ring -- The Navy has relieved of command a carrier air-wing commander and "Top Gun'' pilot for maintaining a private business relationship with junior officers, we have learned. The Navy more…

Our 'reinvented' government

by Joseph Farah -- Remember when Bill Clinton and Al Gore promised to "reinvent government"? They promised to streamline. They promised to cut waste. They promised to make government more cost-effective. Of more…

Boy scouts, gay lobby and compromises

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- In the struggle over whether the Boy Scouts should be forced to accept gay activists as Scout leaders, proponents of free association are denounced as bigots. The charge more…

Incontrovertible proof of God

by Craige McMillan -- Most of us -- if we think about it at all -- probably suppose that the end of the world will begin with the push of a red more…

Culture drunk on false optimism?

by J.R. Nyquist -- In this column, and in my book "The Origins of the Fourth World War," I sometimes paint a dark picture. This is not to frighten people, but to more…