Bribing Miss Hazel

by Johnny Chung -- I know there are some people out there who find the concept of government conspiracies amusing. Despite any evidence that surfaces pointing to government cover-ups of illegal activity, more…

Making war on free speech

by Alan W. Bock -- Civil liberties advocates at WorldNetDaily and elsewhere can be pleased and grateful that a certain amount of lobbying and agitation seems to have gotten the "sneak and peek" more…

NATO's war crimes

by John N. Doggett -- Last year I asked "Has NATO Committed War Crimes?" That column upset some people who questioned my patriotism. It upset others because they were afraid of the implications more…

Say goodbye to medical privacy

by David Limbaugh -- Aside from psychological reasons, why can't the Clintons be straightforward about things? It's easy to understand why Bill wouldn't want to be candid about his "affairs," but what more…

China goes ballistic

by Inside the Ring -- Chinese missile test U.S. defense and intelligence officials privately confirmed to us yesterday that China is preparing for a second flight test of its newest missile, the truck-mounted more…

Death penalty warmed over

by Bill Steigerwald -- The death-penalty issue, always contentious and never far from the national consciousness, shot onto the front pages of Time and Newsweek this week. It was all because George more…

Why are liberals so intolerant?

by Craige McMillan --  "Truth is the greatest of all national possessions. A state, a people, a system which suppresses the truth or fears to publish it, deserves to collapse." --Kurt Eisner more…

Clinton's homosexual proclamation

by Joseph Farah -- Did you know that June is "Gay and Lesbian Pride Month"? It's official. Bill Clinton has declared it so, just as he did last year. And, just as more…

How Christians took an empire

by Richard Grenier -- Who is the Nazarene? You see? With all those hours in church and Sunday school you must have heard him referred to dozens of times. But where is more…

Lessons of D-Day

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Tuesday, June 6, 2000, the world celebrated the 56th anniversary of D-Day, the Allied landing on the Normandy coast of France. Prince Phillip of England went to Ouistreham, more…