On the crying of babies

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Newborn babies in pain or distress -- such as those who need to undergo painful medical procedures -- can be made more comfortable by giving them a sugary more…

Yesterday's headlines: Where are they now?

by Jon Dougherty -- Instant obscurity: It's the most common side effect of instant notoriety. The proverbial fifteen minutes of fame people get from "breaking" news stories can be a harsh or more…

Unfounded optimism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The new century is less than four weeks away. As we stand on the verge of the Year 2000, the vast majority of American citizens are totally convinced more…

In praise of truancy

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Prepare for another phony, media-driven social crisis. The New York Times is reporting that the nation has a chronic problem with truancy, that is, kids finding better things more…

No, no, not Bethesda

by David Hackworth -- If your name is Bill Clinton or Strom Thurmond or if you're a senior naval brass hat, you can check into Maryland's Bethesda Naval Hospital and be assured more…

Conservatives for Giuliani?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: In collaboration with the hard-hitting Washington, D.C. newsweekly, Human Events, WorldNetDaily brings you this special report every Monday. You can subscribe to Human Events through our more…

The right to bear arms

by Joseph Farah -- There's a reason the Founding Fathers considered the right to bear arms fundamental in a free society. A couple of recent unrelated incidents should bring this home to more…

Ready for Speaker Richard Gephardt?

by Jane Chastain -- Want to know why President George Bush really went back on his "read my lips pledge" and raised taxes? The devil didn't make him do it, as some more…

The Y2K factor

by J.R. Nyquist -- Understandably, I receive quite a few e-mails from readers. Sometimes they want to know when Russia might launch an attack. Usually they mention Y2K as a possible "window more…