Treaties, triggers, tobacco and tyrants

by David Limbaugh -- Why do you suppose the framers were so insistent that only virtuous men serve as president? To set a moral example for the nation? Oh yes, but there's more…

The insane war against teachers

by John N. Doggett -- Who taught you how to read, write and do math? I bet it was a teacher. Who taught you about science, history and music? Sounds like the work more…

A year after the air war

by Joseph Farah -- A year ago today, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization began an 11-week bombing campaign against Yugoslavia to "save Kosovo." Today, Kosovo is in chaos. The tensions between ethnic more…

Bill's air force

by Inside the Ring -- The U.S. military sent 10 CH-53 helicopters to India and Pakistan to support President Clinton's ongoing road trip. The large helicopters flew from the Marine Corps base at more…

Magazine roundup

by Bill Steigerwald -- Before we draw an affectionate puff of Cigar Aficionado, America's staunchest defender of the right of free individuals to join together and fill entire rooms with dense clouds more…

Why the worst get on top: We let them

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- America's a nation of winners, always has been. We work to win and even play to win. When we're not getting on top or getting rich, more…

Rape natural? John Lofton answers

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In his WorldNetDaily debut Saturday, veteran journalist and gadfly John Lofton interviews Dr. Craig T. Palmer, an anthropology instructor at the University of Colorado and co-author of the more…

On not getting old

by Joel Miller -- I recently had dinner with family and friends. Sometime during the conversation, I was referred to as a "whippersnapper." I'm constantly reminded of this fact. I still get more…

The sins of the father

by Joseph Farah -- If Bill Clinton is the "Manchurian candidate," who became president with the help of the Communist Chinese government, then Al Gore is the "Siberian candidate," who may well more…

Stolen credit

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Last year, Amazon.com, the super-bookstore on the Internet, was running clever radio commercials "looking" for space to hold its gigantic inventory. The only place they overlooked was a more…