A double-minded nation

by Craige McMillan -- "... a nation's health and efficiency depends on a close relation between social practice and religious belief. Any contradiction between them can only help to breed mental stress more…

Asian excellence, American mediocrity

by Walter Williams -- The May 14 Chronicle of Higher Education ran a story by Robin Wilson titled "Ph.D. Programs Face a Paucity of Americans." Wilson says that if you visited just more…

The Russian surprise

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- As is well known, the Russians are superb chess players. They are well aware of NATO's geopolitical agenda and are not about to be told by NATO what more…

The trouble with 'compassionate conservatism'

by Joseph Farah -- The leading contender for the presidency of the United States in 2000 says we should vote for him because he's a "compassionate conservative." I'm worried about this. First more…

To clone or not to clone?

by Joel Miller -- Late last year, a group of South Korean scientists claimed to have "succeeded in cultivating a human embryo using human cells in one of the first cloning experiments more…

Clinton's legacy: Usurping the Constitution

by Jon Dougherty -- President Clinton, with the help of the Secretary of the Department of the Interior and fellow socialist Bruce Babbitt, is planning a brand-new assault on land and property more…

Are men obsolete? The final father's day

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Though I always insisted I was left as a foundling on my parents' doorstep by Gypsies -- what's the current politically correct term, Romany-Americans? -- I have to more…

This bug's for you

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Isn't it marvelous to be outdoors lately? Summer is in full swing already, even if the calendar says we have a week to go before the kickoff, and more…

Bill's bombs, Slobo's brains

by -NO AUTHOR- -- After over two months of relentlessly bombing bridges, trains, busses, television facilities, utilities, factories, homes, hospitals, foreign embassies and even graveyards, Clinton's war on the Serbs came to more…

Government's money-hoarding racket

by Joseph Farah -- Ever wonder why no one in government seems particularly concerned about debt? Maybe a series in WorldNetDaily this week begins to explain. According to the report, prompted by more…