Clinton's sympathy for Marxist terrorists

by J.R. Nyquist -- Between 1974 and 1985 the FALN (Puerto Rican Armed Forces of National Liberation) organized 120 terrorist bombings in the United States. Many Americans were killed in those bombings, more…

Trials of the federal bench

by Jane Chastain -- Last Tuesday, Democrats in the Senate took an unusual step as they actually filibustered one of President Clinton's judicial nominees. However, this nominee is not representative of other more…

Mars and satellite tracking on the Web

by Judy Lowe -- High In The Sky. Longtime reader Ed Farabaugh wrote to recommend a neat little Java applet site, J-Track 3D, which lets you view where satellites are above Earth. more…

The trouble with politics

by Joseph Farah -- Does anyone believe that if Americans elected the right person as president that we would really be on our way to addressing the nation's fundamental problems? Does anyone more…

Where victims are heroes

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Now it's shamrocks that have caught the eye of the Sensitivity Police, along with, of all things, milk and Martha Stewart. All three, say the czars of politically more…

Don't lie down with wolves

by Jon Dougherty -- There is an old maxim: "If you're charged with protecting the sheep, don't lie down with the wolves." What that basically means is, if you're supposed to be more…

Get a plan

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt Like any big project, when it comes to Y2K preparations, you need to start with a plan -- an organized, carefully thought-through scheme more…

Reality check

by Geoff Metcalf -- At least once a year I receive some kind of "alert" warning of the impending government crackdown on dissidents, total abrogation of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, more…

Preaching to the choir

by Alan Keyes -- Pat Buchanan's public deliberations about staying in the Republican Party or switching to the Reform Party are contributing to a very dangerous distraction from the real job facing more…

Clinton's strange foreign policy

by Joseph Farah -- Last week, President Clinton announced his decision to ease sanctions against North Korea in an effort "to pursue improved overall relations" with the rogue, totalitarian, terrorist state -- more…