Playing the label game

by Jon Dougherty -- Speaking of political labels, as editor Joseph Farah mentioned in his column yesterday, it must be a global game now to attack somebody's politics and character by calling more…

Is the Russian army incompetent?

by J.R. Nyquist -- Gen. William E. Odom, former head of the National Security Agency (NSA) and author of an important book on the collapse of the Soviet military, believes that the more…

Campaign hypocrisy

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- CNN political analyst Jeff Greenfield's analysis of New Hampshire primary votes for Bill Bradley acknowledges that Bradley's attacks on Gore finally prompted the press to write stories about more…

Big Brother gunnin' for the Net

by Joseph Farah -- They're coming. Their goal is nothing short of control over this wonderful tool of knowledge, freedom and economic prosperity that you are using now. Worse yet, they plan more…

Who polices the U.N. police?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Reports of transgressions perpetrated by the United Nations are routine, from Peru to East Timor to Kosovo. Not a day ticks by that some new story doesn't surface more…

Hitler, Jesus, Bill and Lance

by Joel Miller -- It's nearly as rare as a hailstorm in Hades that I write in response to an e-mail to the editor, but at least one recent missive deserves a more…

New thinking on missile defense

by Jon Dougherty -- There is no doubt that Republicans are more adept than Democrats at pushing reluctant Americans to agree to build better defenses and better armed forces to protect this more…

Comrade Gen. Kui visits U.S.

by Charles Smith -- The Clinton administration is engaged in a cover-up. Chinese military officers are being allowed into the United States disguised as civilians. One such civilian who toured America was more…

I'm not a conservative, really

by Joseph Farah -- Whatever happened to the good old days when reporters reported? Did those days really exist? Or are they just phantom images of a faulty memory? What raises these more…

Government as owner and steward of all

by Linda Bowles -- Bill Clinton's final State of the Union speech has been praised as a brilliant plan for America's future, and scorned as a laundry list of "wants," similar in more…