ICU: Shalala's baby Frankenstein

by Craige McMillan -- I recently visited a friend in the hospital. Hanging on the wall over the bed is a cartoon showing a demoralized patient from the back in a hospital more…

State Department's mistrust of Talbott

by Jon Dougherty -- Amid a recent report that the Clinton administration -- finally, after nearly two full terms -- is filled with staunch loyalists, thereby ensuring that further leaks of ongoing more…

Smoke the taxman

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Well, life as we know it didn't exactly end with the millennium here in the state of New York ... unless, of course, you count Gov. Pataki's hefty more…

Why 2K?

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- 2000 has arrived and the arrival of the "new millennium" has been dubbed Yawn 2K. As I watched the networks follow the arrival of Jan. 1, 2000, across more…

The trouble with 'smart guns'

by Joseph Farah -- The government programs and spending never stop under Bill Clinton. His latest proposal is to commit $10 million of taxpayer funds to test and develop "smart guns" that more…

Indonesia's electricity hustle

by Charles Smith -- In 1994, President Clinton signed a trade agreement to supply Indonesia with electric power using U.S. taxpayer loans. The trade agreement was worth billions to U.S. corporations such more…

Internet tax will lead to regulation

by Jon Dougherty -- Last weekend, during the joint WorldNetDaily-Talk Radio Network marathon Y2K coverage, WND Editor Joseph Farah, Associate Editor Elizabeth Farah and I discussed the paper's first-ever editorial initiative: Our more…

False prophets, real profits

by P. Andrew Sandlin -- The greatest non-event of the millennium has just occurred. I refer to the widely prophesied Y2K disaster. There was no disaster. There was barely a whimper. (There was more…

The Hitler threat

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Americans love the Hitler system. That must be the case, because we are presently installing it, even more thoroughly than he did. Many of us were raised with more…

Mankind's most brutal century

by Walter Williams -- This year marks the last year of the 20th century. The century will be remembered for unprecedented technical progress, advance of knowledge and improvements in living standards. It more…