Before you buy a two-way radio

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt Before you rush out and purchase a bunch of fancy communications equipment, you need to determine your communications needs and decide what you more…

Inside the anti-violence forum

by Jerry Falwell -- Last week in WorldNetDaily, I recounted my reasons for hosting our anti-violence summit in Lynchburg, Va. This week, now that the dust has settled on this greatly-watched event, more…

The government we didn't want

by Linda Bowles -- Many Americans have begun to wonder if the "will of the people" has much influence on what the government is doing. They sense that America is becoming a more…

Shop early, stress less

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I know. I'm early. You don't want to hear about this. It's barely November, fuh cryin' out loud. Honestly, though, that's the whole point. Get a head start more…

Keyes vs. media lapdogs

by David Limbaugh -- There is simply no escaping the conclusion that the mainstream media forfeited their role as government watchdogs long ago and became big-government lapdogs. Dr. Alan Keyes illustrated this more…

Warming talks cool on 'compliance'

by Henry Lamb -- When the Clinton administration signed the Kyoto Protocol, he said to the United Nations, and to the rest of the world, "The United States will accept legally binding more…

Risking national security

by Jon Dougherty -- The Washington Times reported yesterday that more troop cuts are coming for the Army National Guard and Reserve, thanks to a politically correct Pentagon command structure that already more…

Complicit criminality in Congress

by Joseph Farah -- At some point, when Congress winks at enough criminal behavior by the Clinton administration, you have to conclude that the legislative branch of government is complicit in this more…

Lap dogs or tigers?

by David Hackworth -- Everyone on Sen. John Warner's Armed Services Committee is worked up because British Lt. Gen. Mike Jackson didn't blindly follow the orders of NATO commander U.S. Gen. Wesley more…

Changing my mind?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt Ira Rifkin of Religion News Service recently wrote an article for MSNBC in which he noted that many Evangelicals had "tempered their rhetoric" more…