Internet news you can use: a freeware fiesta

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None dare call it fascism

by Joseph Farah -- What if a U.S. administration announced it was violating the Constitution and no one cared? That seems to be what's happening today as President Clinton moves to amass more…

FEMA doth protest

by Geoff Metcalf -- Most Americans pooh-pooh the concept of a non-elected government agency controlling our lives as so much right wing paranoid fantasy. Such a shadow alliance belongs to the venue more…

Has IRS been defanged?

by Alan Keyes -- We taxpayers are supposed to be down upon our knees thanking "massah gov'ment" for having passed the IRS Overhaul Bill into law. The IRS is reformed and will more…

Score another victory for Internet

by Joseph Farah -- Looking for some good news, folks? The Clinton administration promised this week to rewrite Executive Order 13083, first exposed right here on one of the Internet's fastest growing more…

You call this religious freedom?

by Joseph Farah -- To understand why the Religious Liberty Protection Act is a wolf in sheep's clothing, you first must remember that all of our freedoms and unalienable rights as Americans more…

Anti-government violence

by Craige McMillan -- The latest round of violence in our nation's Capitol, which claimed the lives of two capital police officers, is a tragedy that should never have happened. But the more…

The turning point

by David Hackworth -- "I'm mad as hell and I'm not taking it any more!" Paddy Chayevsky's words from the 1976 movie "Network" have now become the rallying cry of our Vietnam more…

Perjury and sexual harassment

by Joseph Farah -- Maybe it's time to go over all this again. Let's say there's a CEO of a major corporation. Let's call him Bill. A sexual harassment suit is filed more…

America: Second rate space power

by Charles Smith -- In July, 1998, President Clinton threatened to veto the U.S. Defense bill pending before Congress because it will remove satellite export authority from the Commerce Department. Congress paid more…