Activist-journalists out of the closet

by Joseph Farah -- I warned you. Several weeks ago, I reported on plans for the gathering of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association in San Francisco, which took place last more…

It's time to part company

by Walter Williams -- One political question we have to answer is whether George W. Bush or Albert Gore shall be president, and just which party will control the House of Representatives more…

China's strategic deception

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Anthony C. LoBaido, currently on assignment in the Middle East, filed this intriguing profile of the nation of Jordan. LoBaido's harrowing, first-hand report of dodging a more…

How about a Legion of Decency?

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Catholics, Protestants, Muslims and Jews From: Jude Wanniski Re: Privatizing censorship The lead editorial in today's New York Times, "Unworthy Pandering by Mr. Gore," sharply criticizes the more…

The good president, a TV fantasy?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- In an election year where both major presidential candidates seem to Gush and Bore each other -- and us -- to death, "West Wing," that acclaimed issue-oriented dramatic more…

America goes 'West Wing' and left wing

by Lenora B. Fulani -- The official political analysts have observed the following post-Labor Day features of the presidential race: George Bush has lost a 13-point lead over Al Gore The two are more…

A media strategy for Bush

by Bill O'Reilly -- Aggressive reporters and politicians are never going to get along, so we might as well accept that and watch the game as it is truly being played, not more…

Global Al and the Texas Panhandle

by Gordon Prather -- Vice President Al Gore, on the eve of the United Nations Millennium Mazola Party, committed the United States to the U.S.-Russia Plutonium Disposition Agreement. Aside from a slight more…

The last meow

by Richard Grenier -- Eighteen years is a long life for a cat. And it's an extraordinarily long life for a Broadway musical. Mind you, Broadway theatre critics didn't like "Cats" too more…

The government education monopoly

by Joseph Farah -- The people who control and run government schools -- or what some people mistakenly call "public schools" -- are working very hard to ensure they have no competition, more…