Understanding the WTO ruckus

by Walter Williams -- Last week's World Trade Organization's meetings in Seattle drew howls of protest and riots against free trade. To figure out what some of the ruckus is about, let's more…

The strange legacy of Frank Rich

by Joseph Farah -- Matt Drudge had it just about right last weekend in describing the case of premeditated journalcide committed against him by Frank Rich of the New York Times. The more…

Losing the drug war to entire countries

by Jon Dougherty -- Former Defense Secretary Casper Weinberger, in a 1997 book detailing future military threats to the U.S., listed Mexico and the drug war as a battle this country would more…

Unfounded optimism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The new century is less than four weeks away. As we stand on the verge of the Year 2000, the vast majority of American citizens are totally convinced more…

In praise of truancy

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Prepare for another phony, media-driven social crisis. The New York Times is reporting that the nation has a chronic problem with truancy, that is, kids finding better things more…

No, no, not Bethesda

by David Hackworth -- If your name is Bill Clinton or Strom Thurmond or if you're a senior naval brass hat, you can check into Maryland's Bethesda Naval Hospital and be assured more…

What's cooking for Christmas?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com Attention all you procrastinating shoppers: Cooking.com guarantees Christmas delivery on all orders placed by noon on December 23rd. While I don't suggest you wait that more…

Clinton's labor pains

by David Limbaugh -- One inescapable truth has emerged from the failed WTO trade talks in Seattle. Foreign leaders have less tolerance for Bill Clinton's high-handedness than American politicians do. In what more…

China's sunny computer forecast

by Charles Smith -- ABC News recently reported that China has been granted approval to purchase an IBM supercomputer that could enhance its nuclear tipped missiles. According to ABC, the IBM RS-6000 more…