Trading freedom for judges

by Thomas Jipping -- Following the Supreme Court's recent rulings on abortion, homosexual rights, school prayer, and parental rights, most Americans (at least for the moment) believe that judicial appointments are an more…

Why it's Lieberman

by -NO AUTHOR- -- There's a big reason why Al Gore has chosen Joe Lieberman as his running mate: the culture war. Both before and after the massacre at Columbine High School more…

Bush: The pundits' enigma

by David Limbaugh -- There is something about George W. Bush that simultaneously confounds pundits and appeals to swing voters. He doesn't fit the profile of the ordinary presidential candidate, which leaves more…

Gored by himself

by Linda Bowles -- Only a few months ago, a group of historians pooled their knowledge of past presidential elections and informed us that no challenger could defeat an incumbent sitting atop more…

Al hires a conscience, or so it would seem

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- In Sen. Joseph Lieberman, Al Gore has picked a serious, respected, independent-minded and, some might even add, bipartisan running mate. He's also hired a conscience. Or more…

World government by September?

by Joseph Farah -- Are you ready for world government? Are you willing to cede national sovereignty to the United Nations? Are you prepared to become a citizen of the world and more…

North Korean Nukes and the DIA

by Gordon Prather -- If the North Korean ballistic missiles don't have nukes atop them, then they are not a threat to anyone, especially us. Clinton-Gore must know that. So, since Clinton-Gore more…

Beyond mere victory

by Alan Keyes -- The Republican presidential ticket leaves Philadelphia in the glow of its accomplishment, at least for the moment, of the two goals that convention planners had clearly made their more…

Bush's bridge to the 21st century

by -NO AUTHOR- -- PHILADELPHIA -- Bill Clinton talked in 1996 about building a bridge to the 21st century. But the actual construction may have to be supervised by George W. Bush more…

The decaying state

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The public sector ain't what it used to be, and thank goodness. Consider: The wire services are trying to drum up hysteria about a shortage of public-school teachers more…