Parsing Democrat philosophy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: In collaboration with the hard-hitting Washington, D.C. newsweekly, Human Events, WorldNetDaily brings you this special report every Monday. You can subscribe to Human Events through WND's more…

Alternatives wake up from Napster

by Judy Lowe -- Want to make up your own poll and get people to take it? Conduct an Internet search at blazing-fast speeds? Find a recipe for authentic Italian bread soup? more…

Another cop casualty -- of PC

by Jon Dougherty -- Another police officer has fallen in the line of duty. This time, however, he was not killed by an assailant's bullet, beaten to death by thugs or attacked more…

Ruling by Decree: Kyoto-CTBT

by Gordon Prather -- You may have noticed, even if Congress has not, that ever since the Senate failed to remove him from office, President Clinton has been "ruling by Decree." True, more…

Screaming dwarfs

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It is commonplace that the present generation suffers from a crippled view of history -- the gift of several decades of educational experiments which (we can now see) more…

Drunken sailors and the concept of honor

by Richard Grenier -- What shall we do with a drunken sailor? What shall we do with a drunken sailor? What shall we do with a drunken sailor? Early in the morning? more…

Bill's own Tricky Willard

by Cynthia Grenier -- We have one more tear in the moral fabric of our age to thank Bill Clinton for: a 432-page work the publisher likes to term "a hugely entertaining more…

GOP losing moral ground?

by Alan Keyes -- The GOP on Thursday released a draft version of the Bush-inspired Republican platform for 2000, and moral conservatives can claim a victory that the most important portion of more…

Apologizing for the Bible at General Mills

by Jerry Falwell -- General Mills, a company that has long been associated with providing our nation with quality food products, has been frantically apologizing for including a free CD-ROM in more more…

Demand a refund

by Alan W. Bock -- Republicans in Congress have been potentially (and uncharacteristically) shrewd the past couple of months, passing tax cuts President Clinton is almost sure to veto, which creates the possibility more…