The Echelon attack

by Joseph Farah -- Internet activists last week tried to overwhelm National Security Agency eavesdroppers by flooding the Echelon spy system with fabricated messages about terrorist plots and bombs. The idea never more…

Get gear, get training

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt I am constantly seeing my friends buy Y2K survival gear, put it in storage, and think they are done preparing. Nothing could be more…

Are they really done?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- You Bet Your Life Suppose you're stricken with a medical condition that is fatal unless properly treated. The doctors recommend surgery. At the hospital, bravely hoping to scrape more…

The other Starr Report

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The report by Kenneth Starr's Office of Independent Counsel about President Bill Clinton's conduct in the Monica Lewinsky matter caused much controversy, but there was little or no more…

Why did I do it?

by Jerry Falwell -- This past weekend in Lynchburg, Va., my ministry hosted an anti-violence summit with about 200 homosexual-rights advocates and 200 conservative Christians in attendance. The purpose of this assembly more…

Title I: Not making the grade

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- If any proof is needed that federal education programs don't work, and in fact make things worse, all one has to do is look at the sorry record more…

Yankee ingenuity

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- All right, this is it, the whole season coming down to just one ball game. And every mistake will be magnified. And every great play will be magnified. more…

Politics of personal destruction

by Linda Bowles -- When Democratic leaders begin to rail about the evils of "the politics of personal destruction," and cluck about how harmful such tactics are, it may be viewed as more…

The sky is not falling on May 5

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Just in case we manage to muddle on through this New Year's pretty much like always, end-of-the-world buffs everywhere -- and the profiteers who love them -- are more…

Lies about the 'demon weed'

by Jon Dougherty -- WorldNetDaily editor Joe Farah has been doing an exemplary job the past week pointing out discrepancies in the mainstream media when it comes to "reporting" the "facts" about more…