Ping-pong in Florida

by Scott Rasmussen -- The 2000 presidential race has come down to one state: Florida. In a ping-pong like series of events that rivals the NASDAQ in recent months, the national news more…

My new entitlement

by Walter Williams -- By appearance alone, no one would ever guess that next year I'll celebrate my 65th birthday. Going by this year's presidential campaign promises, simply by surviving 65 years more…

Can he lead?

by Jon Dougherty -- The polls are closed and Americans have spoken. Millions of us are simply happy that we're not being bombarded with campaign advertisements any longer in this, the most more…

Defending of the Electoral College

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Political Writers From: Jude Wanniski Re: A Two-Party System We were being advised at the latest hour in the presidential contest that there could be a realistic more…

What do women want?

by Richard Grenier -- For weeks now, perhaps months, the press led us to believe that women were going to elect the next president of the United States. So the question "What more…

Equal pay for equal work?

by Joseph Farah -- We're in the final moments of a presidential campaign that has shed more heat than light on the important issues of the day. But one last point should more…

Just 1 question

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In 1980, Ronald Reagan reduced his challenge to then-President Jimmy Carter to a single question posed to the American people: "Are you better off now than you were more…

Not digging Gore's dirt

by Linda Bowles -- Al Gore did not go gentle into that good night; he went dirty. The final days of campaign 2000 were full of sleaze, most of it emanating out more…

Follow the fraud

by Jon Dougherty -- They say, "All's fair in love, war and politics." Let me add an addendum to that: As long as it's not against the law. The Clinton-Gore regime -- more…