Monica's knee-pad path to fame

by Linda Bowles -- The selection of Monica Lewinsky as spokesperson for the Jenny Craig weight-reduction program is yet another significant sign that our culture has turned to mush. While scores of more…

Just one more year of Clintonian politics

by David Limbaugh -- As I scanned the newspapers on the first Monday of the new year, I came across a story about President Clinton's plan to reintroduce the $322 billion tax 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…

They weren't home for Christmas

by Jane Chastain -- "Mother, do you see the light? I want you to go toward the light. I'll be OK. Just call me when you get to Heaven. Ring me twice more…

Y2K after-action report

by Geoff Metcalf -- I have been following the potential problems of Y2K since 1997, long before Y2K became a noun or a boutique industry. I wrote my first Y2K piece for more…

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…