The next Normandy

by Alan Keyes -- There has been much talk this past week of the real causes and meaning of American involvement in the Second World War. Pat Buchanan's suggestion that America should more…

Dangers ahead for the New Media

by Joseph Farah -- The biggest danger ahead for the New Media is that it might be co-opted by the old media. There's plenty of the old media mentality on the Internet. more…

Clinton and his media enablers

by David Limbaugh -- Now, this should be interesting. It seems that Bill Clinton has decided to turn his politics of personal destruction on his own executive branch. Where are Woodward and more…

New tool against abortion

by Jon Dougherty -- The Eighth Amendment to the Constitution says, "Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted." Attorneys, judges, lawmakers and especially more…

Health spa revelations

by Stuart Goldman -- "Man is a puny, slow, awkward, unarmed animal." --Jacob Bronowski Though I'm a guy who, when he was in school, always hated PE class, for the past several more…

Bulworth and the Zeitgeist

by Alan W. Bock -- It is almost too frivolous to consider the celebrity-driven candidacy tease of actor Warren Beatty as anything more substantial than an extended publicity stunt, intended to prompt a more…

The charter for global democracy

by Henry Lamb -- In less than a year, the United Nations will convene a special Millennium Assembly as a global summit on the future of the world. This event will crown more…

What if I am wrong about Y2K?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt About once a week, someone sends me an e-mail, asking how I am going to feel when Y2K turns out to be nothing more…

What's Next?

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- It's not often that one gets a glimpse of the future. News stories from around the country in the past few days have given me a peek at more…

The Russian art of war

by J.R. Nyquist -- For years, we have heard that the Russian Army is a backward, ill-equipped, rag-tag force. But Col. General Anatoly Sitnov paints a different picture. At a Tuesday press more…