Happy Y2K. Now what?

by Joseph Farah -- Ahhhh, here we are safe and sound. We survived the dreaded Y2K bug. It went remarkably smoothly. Now, with the prospect of technological breakdowns behind us, maybe we more…

Time will tell

by Judy Lowe -- Since this is being written several days in advance of Jan. 1 -- just in case -- you won't find any mentions of solving Y2K problems. Instead, we're more…

Yeltsin's resignation and Putin's rise

by J.R. Nyquist -- Nobody knew what surprises the Y2K changeover would bring. Some commentators thought there would be major disruptions. Others said the disruptions would be minor. As the world turned, more…

California: Land of over-regulation

by Jon Dougherty -- When I first heard that /news/archives.asp?ARCHIVE_ID=1WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah was planning to move the newspaper's daily operations office to the Oregon wilderness, I thought perhaps he might be more…

Mandarin beef

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The World Bank gets good press, though it is seldom up to any good. Now, at last, one of its programs is coming under fire: subsidies for beef more…

Having a Web baby

by -NO AUTHOR- -- My wife and I were blessed with a healthy Internet baby on Christmas Eve around 9 p.m. PST. That's why you didn't see a column during Christmas and more…

Liberty in the next millennium

by Alan W. Bock -- The century just ended, begun with such high hopes, has been the bloodiest in human history, with untold millions killed by wars, famine aggravated by stupid policies and more…

Sen. McCain and the media

by David Limbaugh -- Why is it that the media elite are promoting Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign? Why do liberals like Geraldo Rivera and Newsweek's Jonathan Alter offer such fawning praise more…

America and the 21st century

by John N. Doggett -- I have been blessed to spend the past week with my 81-year-old mother. She has helped me appreciate how much has happened in the past eight decades. She more…

Sub shortage

by Inside the Ring -- The Silent Service is speaking out. The Navy's normally quiet fraternity of submariners took one on the chin earlier this year when Navy Secretary Richard Danzig criticized the more…