Who let in the Beltway Sniper?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- A third of a century ago, I regularly made the long drive across Rickenbacker Causeway from Miami to Key Biscayne in the company of one Richard M. Nixon, more…

Voting tips for the 2002 elections

by Doug Powers -- With the election right around the corner, this country can ill afford to have a repeat of the 2000 Florida debacle. As a result of the long, stressful more…

Immoral authority

by Joseph Farah -- The new anti-war movement is going to have to do better than Jesse Jackson as a spokesman if it has any chance of being taken seriously. Did you more…

Antiwar.com's Just-in a panic!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- While the New York office of Accuracy in Media was hailing my recent article "'Anti-war' groups supporters of terrorism?" as "a great piece of journalism," and denouncing the more…

Hijacking grief

by Barbara Simpson -- We lost more than our virginity with the Clinton administration. Some say we lost all sense of decency and propriety – to say nothing of morality and scraped more…

A tale of two children

by Vox Day -- I am acquainted with two children of pre-school age. Both children are extremely fortunate to belong to their respective families, each of which is strong, loving and rather more…

Freedom begins at the ballot box

by Henry Lamb -- Half, or more, of the people eligible to vote on Nov. 5 will not. For whatever reason, Americans stay away from the ballot box in droves. Last week's more…

Decoding the IRS' Individual Master File

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In the last few years, it has become commonplace for consumers to annually order a copy of their credit report. For taxpayers in the know, ordering a copy more…

Preempting wheat smut attacks

by Gordon Prather -- The warhawks apparently believe their own "intelligence" estimates that Saddam Hussein still has a dozen or two Scud ballistic missiles left over from the Gulf War. They expect more…