Time for trade with Iraq

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The brutal bombings and ongoing sanctions against Iraq, led by the U.S. and also backed by many foreign governments on the U.S. payroll, have been in place for more…

Why America is burning

by Henry Lamb -- The fires that are raging across the West are just the beginning of the consequences of inept environmental management policies that the Clinton-Gore administration has inflicted upon the more…

No absolution

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- During my grade school years we lived next to an Italian-American family. Of course, then they were called Italians or they even referred to themselves as "wops." It more…

Dems at midweek

by -NO AUTHOR- -- LOS ANGELES -- At the midpoint of their convention here, the Democrats got some good news and some bad news. The good news is that the party is more…

Lieberman reinventing himself over racial quota issue

by Jon Dougherty -- News reports on Tuesday said members of the Congressional Black Caucus and its counterpart in the Democratic National Committee were "satisfied" with Democratic vice presidential nominee Joseph Lieberman's more…

The fire this time, Part II

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Editor's note: This is the second installment of Maralyn Lois Polak's two-part series on the Montana fires. "Escaping Thor's wrath" is how my Montana musician friend, JJ, characterizes more…

Elephants and donkeys IV

by J.R. Nyquist -- During its first two nights the Democratic National Convention gave the country a strong dose of "we care" demagogy. There were also moments of eat-the-rich humanitarianism, including expressions more…

What is a 'Christian' candidate?

by Craige McMillan -- With Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore's selection of Joseph Liebermann, an American Jew as his running mate, the issue of religion in politics seems very much alive. Senator more…

Could U.S. foundersbe elected today?

by Walter Williams -- Now that we're about to decide the White House's next occupant, let's speculate about how previous presidents might fare were they standing for election in today's America. What more…

Joe Lieberman in black and white

by -NO AUTHOR- -- LOS ANGELES -- Now that the euphoria is settling down over Vice President Al Gore's pick of Connecticut Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman as his running mate, political analysts more…