Education vs. training

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The other day, I got a call from my good friend Marshall Fritz, president of the Separation of School and State Alliance. He had attended a meeting in more…

Privacy issues on the Net

by Judy Lowe -- Surfer beware. Last week's discussion of cookies that can track surfers around the Net resulted in tons of response. Two readers had additional helpful suggestions for avoiding cookies, more…

Progressive by any othername is a socialist

by Jon Dougherty -- You know, if we had functional government, every single one of the House's 53-member Progressive Caucus would be impeached and thrown out of office. If they were lucky, more…

Euthanasia for military discipline

by Alan Keyes -- I believe we need to return to the ban on gays in the military. The present policy is unconscionable, and puts an intolerable burden on the military. It more…

Clinton misses mark on FDR

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Although I have often been a harsh critic of President Clinton's policies, I must admit he is a very intelligent man. He was educated by Jesuit priests and more…

Put up or shut up

by Larry Klayman -- In recent weeks, Judicial Watch's radio show, "The Judicial Watch Report," has offered an opportunity to all major presidential candidates -- Republicans, Democrats and third party -- to more…

Are we all historians of decline?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- This column is adapted from a speech delivered at the Mises Institute's History of Liberty Conference on January 29 in Auburn, Ala. The memoirs of the indefatigable economist more…

FCC victory report

by Jerry Falwell -- Recently, I made an earnest appeal to the several million families on Jerry Falwell Ministries' mailing list, and to our national TV audience. I asked our people to more…

The final column

by -NO AUTHOR- -- This will be the last "Fair Game" column to appear in these pages. I just want to say thank you to all who've supported me, and also to more…

Smaller government: The neglected issue

by Alan W. Bock -- Most observers seem to think the current presidential election is a low-stakes proposition. Republicans seem likely to hold onto the Senate, so even though both Democratic hopefuls are more…