Listen to Harry Wu

by Joseph Farah -- President Clinton defends the indefensible -- his plan to visit Tiananmen Square during his trip to China -- by claiming that Beijing is making progress on the human more…

CNN, Time and Journalism 101

by David Hackworth -- Last week, Time Warner's CNN and Time magazine jointly reported that during the Vietnam War U.S. Special Forces commandos conducted a raid in Laos to take out American more…

Dance on Patricia Smith's grave

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On June 18, the Boston Globe booted (OK, "asked for and received the resignation of") columnist Patricia Smith from her longtime twice-weekly gig in the Globe's Metro/Region section. more…

The trouble with homosexuality

by Joseph Farah -- Two recent news developments -- President Clinton's executive order prohibiting discrimination against federal employees based on "sexual orientation" and Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott's candid assessment that homosexual more…

No site check on China super-computer

by Charles Smith -- New documents show that the Clinton administration approved the export of a U.S. built super-computer to communist China without performing a required inspection of the PRC site. U.S. more…

The end of privacy

by Geoff Metcalf -- "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke said. What he didn't say was just what a persistent, consistent, more…

Nixon on the Clinton scandals

by Joseph Farah -- From beyond the grave, the late President Richard Nixon -- himself something of an expert on White House scandals -- is shedding light on why this president, William more…

My interview with Brill's Content

by Joseph Farah -- Any doubts I had that Steve Brill's Content was destined to be simply another cog in the government-media complex were dispelled a few weeks ago when a reporter more…

In praise of Dr. Dobson

by Alan Keyes -- It seems like a lot of people have now reached the conclusion that truth is irrelevant to American politics. Even some supposed conservatives urge us to be discreet more…

House of Fools

by Craige McMillan -- I think it was Lawrence Peter who popularized the idea that human beings rise to their level of incompetence, and from that lofty position of ascendancy they devote more…