Pork barrel Republicans

by Alan W. Bock -- John McCain and the media have had a minor hissy fit over Dubya's use, or the theoretically independent use by Dubya's friends and allies, of "issue ads" against more…

Info war alert

by Inside the Ring -- U.S. intelligence agencies are on heightened alert for what may be the first international cyber-warfare operations -- across the Taiwan Strait. With Taiwan's presidential elections a week away, more…

Temper, temper

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- When it was first announced that George W. Bush, Governor of Texas, had decided, or was persuaded by friends, to seek the Republican nomination for President in the more…

Deifying of the center

by David Limbaugh -- Now that George Bush has effectively wrapped up the Republican presidential nomination, all the experts are admonishing him to rush back to the political center for the general more…

Secede, New England!

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- John McCain won four New England states in last Tuesday's Republican primary. The vote totals in Massachusetts (two-thirds for McCain) were exactly the inverse of Georgia (two-thirds for more…

To count or not to count?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The planned year-2000 national census is already generating a plethora of ads on buses and trains, vaguely reminiscent of Big Brother, meant to encourage people to actually fill more…

The wacky Washington Post

by Joseph Farah -- Did you know I had a crush on Jane Fonda? I didn't either. I found out by reading a Washington Post magazine column published Feb. 27. I guess more…

Stop, don't touch

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Mount Morris Township, Michigan and Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania are the latest places linked by murders committed with firearms. The two tragedies, which occurred on succeeding days, Feb. 29 and more…

America's abyss

by Craige McMillan -- A future social historian is likely to decide that the most powerful instrument of all in bringing about the erosion of our civilization was none other than the more…

Deceivers and dupes

by J.R. Nyquist -- Alexander Hamilton, speaking before the Constitutional Convention on June 22, 1787, said: "Our great error is that we suppose mankind more honest than they are." In other words, more…