Gored by his own ox

by Joel Miller -- Dan Quayle caught a lot of flack for being a moron, which is not a nice thing to do to a guy -- harmful to the self-esteem and more…

JFK Jr., Clinton and Quigley

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- When Barbara Walters interviewed John F. Kennedy Jr. some time ago, she asked him what would he do if he were president. He replied quickly and firmly: "Cut more…

The new official line on Y2K

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By David Franke © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com CongressDaily published a summary this week of a briefing on local Y2K readiness by John Koskinen, chairman of the President's Council on more…

The media bell curve

by Craige McMillan -- About the time that the Republicans took control of Congress from the Democrats, authors Murray and Herrnstein published The Bell Curve, a book discussing how American life was more…

Test of freedom

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- The founding fathers added the Bill of Rights to the U. S. Constitution to protect the individual against the state. Each one of the authors had witnessed individual more…

Why the left is winning

by J.R. Nyquist -- In every war there is something called tactics, and there is also something called strategy. The difference between tactics and strategy is easily explained. A tactic is a more…

The Republican betrayal -- from A to Z

by Harry Browne -- Today there is much discussion over whether those who want smaller government should support the Republicans or defect to a third party. Those who support the Republicans say more…

Who's getting rich off China?

by Joseph Farah -- Deep Throat told Bob Woodward back in the Watergate days that to unravel the scandal he should "follow the money." Likewise, we will never fully comprehend the evil more…

Nuremberg, Ramsey Clark, and the ACLU

by -NO AUTHOR- -- With NATO engaged in the military occupation of Kosovo, President Clinton has announced a policy of intervention in other civil wars that do not endanger our own national more…

Burn your cabin or go to jail

by Henry Lamb -- It was already hot on June 17, when Bob Learzaf got up. He latched his screen door, put the chain-latch on the front door, and left it ajar more…