Chocolate is good for you?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It's been well established that the antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables, as well as some kinds of tea and wine, provide protection against high cholesterol, heart disease, more…

Why conservatives rewarded China

by Jane Chastain -- When you look at the list of members of the U.S. House of Representatives who last week voted against the resolution to disapprove Normal Trading Status for China, more…

Clinton's energy scandal

by Charles Smith -- While Americans suffer through another hot summer, power companies are struggling to keep up with the demand for electricity. Brown outs, cut backs and major rate hikes are more…

How a third party can win in 2000

by Jon Dougherty -- The final political insult to conservatives made by liberals came last week when the State of Maryland under dubious circumstances indicted Linda Tripp -- of all people -- more…

The Tripp injustice

by David Limbaugh -- Will there be no end to the injustices visited upon us during the Clinton era? How much more of this upside down world can we tolerate? Good guys more…

Green blackmail -- again!

by Henry Lamb -- Gerber baby foods announced that it will no longer use "genetically engineered" grains in its baby food. Why? Greenpeace. Gerber received an e-mail from Greenpeace suggesting that there more…

Albright's zany antics

by J.R. Nyquist -- Lord Chesterfield, an English statesman of the eighteenth century, once wrote to his son, "Vivacity and wit make a man shine in company, but trite jokes and loud more…

Watching the best of the Net

by Judy Lowe -- Readers often recommend websites that they think would fit well in this column. Let's take a look at a few of them today. Loads Of Links. Since 1995 more…

Malachi Martin: Dispelling the myths

by Jon Dougherty -- After WorldNetDaily published my obituary of Dr. Malachi Martin last week, I was contacted by one of his closest friends and confidants who wanted the opportunity to clear more…