Li Ka-Shing: Red arms dealer

by Charles Smith -- In October 1999, the Clinton White House denied that Chinese billionaire Li Ka-Shing is working for the communists in Beijing. The White House press secretary labeled such accusations more…

U.N. meets in Bonn to shape Kyoto rules

by Henry Lamb -- By far, most of the earth's 6 billion are unconcerned about human-induced global warming. By comparison, a small handful of people are deeply concerned about it. Most of more…

Clinton's a character, all right

by Joseph Farah -- Hey, it's that special time of the year again -- it's "National Character Counts Week." Actually, it was last week. I know that because President Clinton reminded the more…

Politics of personal destruction

by Linda Bowles -- When Democratic leaders begin to rail about the evils of "the politics of personal destruction," and cluck about how harmful such tactics are, it may be viewed as more…

The sky is not falling on May 5

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Just in case we manage to muddle on through this New Year's pretty much like always, end-of-the-world buffs everywhere -- and the profiteers who love them -- are more…

Lies about the 'demon weed'

by Jon Dougherty -- WorldNetDaily editor Joe Farah has been doing an exemplary job the past week pointing out discrepancies in the mainstream media when it comes to "reporting" the "facts" about more…

The false charge of isolationism

by David Limbaugh -- In the real world of domestic politics, Republicans have a tougher road to hoe than Democrats. So, why do they always want to make it harder on themselves? more…

Y2K will not be a one-time event

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt Far too much emphasis has been placed on midnight, Dec. 31, 1999. It is as if the Year 2000 Computer Problem is an more…

Voices from the East

by J.R. Nyquist -- Last summer three Americans, working out of the U.S. consulate in Munich, were recalled after being accused of recruiting German citizens for purposes of "economic espionage." This was more…

Wilding in Charleston, S.C.

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine how the national press corps would handle the following story: Two black men in their mid-30s ride their bicycles down a city street about a block and more…