Greeneville captain should not get the shaft

by Jon Dougherty -- It was an awful, terrible thing that happened to nine Japanese students, commercial fishery instructors and crew aboard the Ehime Maru, the trawler sunk off the coast of more…

Coup d'?tat in 1913

by Joseph Farah -- Few Americans realize how radically America was changed in 1913 with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act. Maybe most Americans don't even care. "How does the Federal more…

Brown like me

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- A black-and-white America now seems as quaint as black-and-white television. Demographers have long predicted that Hispanics would one day outnumber African-Americans and become the nation's largest minority. The more…

Wagging the dog

by Gordon Prather -- By now, you probably realize that Bill Clinton deliberately deceived you about a lot of things. In particular, he wanted you -- when it suited his purpose -- more…

Economics 101

by Ralph Reiland -- There's new scuttlebutt from the barstools this week. Clinton's nowhere to be found. It's all about Bush and Reagan. True, there's still a peep or two about missing more…

Seizing power

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Third Way between socialism and capitalism was the original brainchild of Adolph Hitler. It reared its head again in America in 1990, when Bill Clinton, the stealth-socialist more…

Counting the cost

by Cynthia Grenier -- A film currently making the rounds of movie houses across our great land treats the breaking of the seventh commandment with singular casualness. Granted, breaking of the seventh more…

Teaching freedom

by Alan Keyes -- In the wake of the latest fatal school shootings, the usual flurry of scapegoating is under way. To state the obvious, however, the cause of kids shooting kids more…

Lies and mysteries revealed

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Last month, the German ARD television network broadcast a report entitled, “It All Began With a Lie.” The main thesis of the program, which was first aired on more…

Two mega-stars and a pistol

by Richard Grenier -- There is no Mexican of importance in "The Mexican." Or rather, the eponymous "Mexican" is not a man but a pistol, with a long complicated history. The untangling more…