Newsweek and dyslexia

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Newsweek's cover story on Dyslexia, in its November 22 issue, is a masterpiece of unintended misinformation. Even the title of the article, "Dyslexia and the New Science of more…

Only God can make a tree

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The best way is to drive out to the pleasantly rustic local tree farm on a brisk Saturday afternoon with some family members and an axe. Find a more…

The Rosenbergs of the '90s

by Joseph Farah -- Despite plenty of historical revisionist attempts to redeem Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the executed nuclear spies of another era remain traitors to the core in the American psyche. more…

Globalist 'clubs' for the arrogant elite

by Jon Dougherty -- This past weekend WorldNetDaily posted a link to a story that provided "insider" details on the latest Bilderberg meeting held in Europe last summer. According to the story, more…

Say you're sorry, Mr. President

by David Limbaugh -- This past weekend in Bulgaria, President Clinton said, "I am very proud to be the first president to visit Bulgaria, a free Bulgaria." He should have added, "thanks more…

A thanks to the ranks

by David Hackworth -- I've been on the road for the past month promoting my new book, "The Price of Honor." Visited 10 military bases and 20 cities. Reckon I talked to more…

Why Judicial Watch is thankful

by Larry Klayman -- Since it was founded in July of 1994, Judicial Watch and its staff have dedicated themselves to the pursuit of cleaning up corruption in Washington and educating the more…

Congress goes after Clinton for data transfers?

by Charles Smith -- Two powerful House Chairmen are firing hard questions at the Clinton administration concerning reports that were recently published in WorldNetDaily. The reports included U.S. Air Force briefing papers more…

Why I'm backing Patrick Buchanan

by Lenora B. Fulani -- My endorsement last week of Pat Buchanan for the Reform Party presidential nomination set up a news cycle of incredulity over our political alliance. In some cases, the more…

What if you're wrong about Y2K?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Last April, Art Welling wrote a column (still posted on my website) titled, "Are You Prepared to Be Wrong About Y2K?" The essay raised an interesting point: what more…