Then and now

by Geoff Metcalf -- Two hundred and twenty-three years ago the framers issued a Declaration of Independence. When they did, they did so with the feeling it was necessary to "declare the more…

Let the good times roll!

by Jane Chastain -- When President Clinton announced that he had found an additional $1 trillion in surplus money that would be coming into the treasury over the next 15 years, there more…

Naming the Olympics' mascots

by Judy Lowe -- Names For The Games. The next Winter Olympics will be in Salt Lake City in 2002. Instead of one cute, furry creature as a mascot, these Games will more…

Spinners, sinners and no winners

by David Hackworth -- During NATO's air campaign against Yugoslavia, millions of folks around the world got a daily television fix on how NATO air power was smashing the Serbian army. Silver-tongued more…

The key to Bush's $36 million

by David Limbaugh -- The media's uniform cry of disbelief at George W.'s unprecedented fund-raising efforts reveals just how out of touch they are about a phenomenon they've been instrumental in perpetuating: more…

Demonic convergence

by Stuart Goldman -- There shall be many coming in my name, saying I am Christ, and they shall deceive the very elect. -- Matthew 24:5 Oh my God! Am I seeing more…

No tears for independent counsel law

by Alan W. Bock -- The independent counsel law died with a whimper this week, even as current Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr permitted Clinton crony Web Hubbell off with a plea-bargain that included more…

A soldier's lament

by John N. Doggett -- Last week, I wrote about how America has let our military personnel down. This weekend, we celebrate the 4th of July, America's birthday. To remind you that the more…

Fighting the Bush dynasty

by Alan Keyes -- As the anointing of George W. Bush gathers steam, talk of conservative disaffection with the Republican Party is increasing, and the New York Times this week stirred the more…

The military's guinea pigs

by Joseph Farah -- There was a more innocent time in this country when U.S. soldiers rolled up their sleeves when they were told and took their medicine -- in the form more…