Bush-Cheney: Assessing the threat

by Gordon Prather -- Months before even getting the GOP nomination, Gov. Bush made this pledge: America must build effective missile defenses, based on the best available options, at the earliest possible more…

My Christmas wish list

by Joel Miller -- Having given up on the idea of anyone sending me Tom Lehrer's boxed set of classic, satirical songcraft, I've assembled a far more humble wish list for Christmas: more…

Demonizing the Boy Scouts

by Jerry Falwell -- On Feb. 8, 1910, the Boy Scouts of America were incorporated. Six years later, the organization was chartered by Congress. Ninety years later, the Boy Scouts continue to more…

2000 years later

by Joseph Farah -- "Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city more…

No accidents

by Stuart Goldman -- Nothing happens by accident. Of that I'm totally convinced. The most recent instance of why I don't believe in serendipity was revealed to me yesterday in a poem more…

Praying for Christmas clemency

by Alan W. Bock -- President Clinton, in the spirit of the season, is said to be considering using his power to grant clemency to various federal prisoners and to people convicted of more…

Ruining Christmas?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- At the risk of spoiling your Christmas with memories of national nightmares past, try this little test. Find a copy of the December-January George magazine at your favorite more…

A tinge of revenge?

by David Limbaugh -- Democrats tell us that President Bush should foster an atmosphere of bipartisanship in Washington. They insist that the "photo-finish" presidential election requires that the new administration make conciliation more…

The war for the Democratic Party

by John N. Doggett -- Some people are getting hot and bothered by Jesse Jackson's antics, and that's exactly what he wants. Because his real audience is not President Bush; it's the Democratic more…

ACLU off the deep end, again

by Jon Dougherty -- Perhaps you didn't know this, but children have a "right" to view pornographic materials on computers in school libraries. Well, at least, the American Civil Liberties Union thinks more…