Russia's nuclear war-games

by J.R. Nyquist -- Russia began gigantic war exercises last Monday. Troops from three military districts and the powerful Northern Fleet, together with Russia's Air Defense Forces, maneuvered to evade imaginary Western more…

A dialogue on race

by Joseph Farah -- President Clinton is apparently having a tough time getting his ghostwriters to produce a book on race relations that he had hoped might salvage his legacy. Two deadlines more…

Media myopia or malfeasance?

by Geoff Metcalf -- I participated in a conference over the weekend, which included Adm. Thomas Moorer, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Maj. Gen. Jack Singlaub, constitutional champion, John more…

The alliance is all but signed

by Jon Dougherty -- The maturing alliance being formed between Russia and China ought to be very disconcerting to everyone. The more chummy Russia and China become, the more likely every single more…

A bag man for the budget

by Jane Chastain -- In 1991, in the middle of the banking scandal in the U.S. House of Representatives, a little-known Republican freshman rose to speak in the House of Representatives with more…

July Fourth on the Net

by Judy Lowe -- This week's websites range from a free way to keep documents online to finding what time a particular movie is playing at your favorite theater. Happy Birthday, America. more…

U.N. funding showdown looms

by Henry Lamb -- The U.S. Senate has voted 98-1, to pay $819 million toward what the U.N. claims to be an arrearage of $1.69 billion. The deal also includes "forgiving" a more…

The politics of cultural decline

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- This season's campaign rhetoric is stacking up as a case study in public manipulation. Based on surveys showing widespread anxiety about morals and the supposed anomie of youth more…

Kosovo: The Aftermath

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The war that was to affirm NATO's credibility as a war-making machine is now technically over.  Everybody, including the Russians and Chinese, now know that NATO can be more…

Al Gore -- racist to the core

by Joseph Farah -- After the presidential election of 1996, my non-profit news organization was audited and threatened with losing its tax-exempt status because I, the executive director, had dared to investigate more…