An Electoral College civics lesson

by Joseph Farah -- Predictably, many Americans -- especially Al Gore supporters -- are clamoring for an end to the Electoral College system for selecting U.S. presidents. I have to admit, on more…

It's not over until it's over

by John N. Doggett -- Is the election over yet? Not hardly. We won't know who our next president is for weeks to come. Let's start with Florida. Florida's recount will not be more…

Al Gore: Thy country or thyself?

by David Limbaugh -- The burden is now on Al Gore and the Democratic Party to prove that they are still capable of putting the nation's interests above their own. During the more…

A cool glass of Orange County

by Bill Steigerwald -- Lots of smart media people said it was going to be "too close to call." Lots of pollsters warned it looked like "a dead heat." And lots of more…

Voting big and small

by Thomas Jipping -- The 2000 presidential election is already one for the history books for a variety of reasons, though at this column's deadline its presidential result remains undecided. No matter more…

The presidential election

by Bill O'Reilly -- Well that was fun. Did you stay up? I had to, and I wasn't pleased about it since the networks blew the coverage big time by projecting Florida more…

No Cher amour for GOP

by Larry Elder -- Poor Cher. How concerned was singer/actress Cher about the possible election of George W. Bush? She postponed a European recording session, losing $50,000 a month, to stay home more…

Recount limbo

by J.R. Nyquist -- Editor's note: WND's J.R. Nyquist is a renowned expert on America's fatal illusion of an international balance of power; diplomatic and Cold War history; the survivability of a more…

A kingdom divided

by Craige McMillan -- Like many of you, I stayed up Tuesday evening to watch election returns. But as I write this column -- early Wednesday morning -- the news has been more…

Not the framers' presidency

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The best thing for this country is for the presidential election to be indefinitely in dispute. Think of the alternative. Folks in Utah voted 2 to 1 for more…