The forced march to Bethlehem

by Joseph Farah -- Some people may interpret this column as shameless politicization of the Christmas story. I think of it as an effort to de-politicize a beautiful and important truth distorted more…

Misinterpretation of 'church and state' doctrine

by Jon Dougherty -- When Americans turn their attention to education and, specifically, educational standards and policies, most people don't think of the federal judiciary as having much to do with it. more…

Dawn Holt's Christmas gift for America

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Dawn Holt has a Christmas gift for America. Unwrap it and you will see an urgent yet heartwarming reminder not all the news coming out of U.S. public more…

Faith of the founders

by Linda Bowles -- Just as we were on the verge of enjoying another secular Christmas season, along comes some flaky politician spoiling it all by blurting out the name of "Christ" more…

Totalitarian northern neighbor

by Walter Williams -- Washington Post staff writer Steven Pearlstein reveals some frightening things about our northern neighbor in his Dec. 12 article, "In Canada, Free Speech Has Its Restrictions." Andrea Wylie, more…

How do programmers fix Y2K problems?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- There are at least three different techniques for dealing with two-digit years. 1. Data Filters. This solution involves creating a "filter" or "bridge" program that detects date patterns more…

Last minute shopping? These sites will deliver

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com If you haven't completed your shopping yet, you're in luck. I've highlighted several websites that will guarantee delivery by Christmas. But hurry, you'll have to more…

The brain drainfrom government

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The anti-free-enterprise contingent at Time Magazine must have winced at giving their "Person of the Year" award to Steve Bezos, founder of Amazon.com. But even the folks at more…

For Republicans, too little too late

by Larry Klayman -- When Judicial Watch uncovered John Huang and sought to depose him during the fall of 1996, his flight from the U.S. marshals -- who sought to serve him more…

Spying for fun and profit

by Charles Smith -- Wang Xi, an 11th century scholar in the Sung Dynasty Hanlin, or Imperial Academy, wrote commentary on the "Use of Spies." According to Wang Xi, "Dead spies are more…