Moseley-Braun's bid for ambassador'

by Jane Chastain -- The ambassadorship of New Zealand is not a black and white issue as some have portrayed. It is an issue of right and wrong, truth and consequences; something more…

Kyoto Land

by Henry Lamb -- Kyoto Land. Get used to it. What is it? That's what delegates from more than 150 nations are trying to decide in Bonn, Germany. Entering the second week more…

Socialists in Democrats' clothing

by Joseph Farah -- No, I didn't watch the so-called debate between Al Gore and Bill Bradley last week. I didn't think I would learn anything. I was wrong. Had I watched, more…

Congress: Wasting our time and money

by Jon Dougherty -- By now most Americans of voting age realize that much of what happens in Washington, D.C., is "all show, no go." In other words congressmen, bureaucrats and the more…

Learn how on the Net

by Judy Lowe -- Online Tutorials. Want to know how to get your resume together? How to check your credit history? How to remember people's names? Even how to transform a jack-o' more…

The Y2K 'procrastinators checklist'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt OK, so you've done absolutely nothing to prepare for Y2K. Until recently, you thought the whole thing was a bunch of hype. But more…

Babylon revisited

by Stuart Goldman -- LOS ANGELES -- On a recent evening, Martha Hovie was sitting in a local nightclub waiting to see a band called Gender Bender. As Hovey looked over at more…

Drug war in Colombia

by Alan W. Bock -- When a civil war has gone on for 35 or 40 years, as all the experts and news accounts remind us is the case in Colombia, you have more…

The Witch of Westborough

by David M. Bresnahan -- It's not often that you meet a former high priest of the Church of Wicca. In fact, Ted Rabouin, 66, claims he's the only "former" one there is. more…

Afghanistan's war on women

by John N. Doggett -- On Sept. 27, 1996, the military wing of the Islamic Taliban Movement forced out the elected and corrupt government of Afghanistan. This marked a turning point in the more…