A Boston Tea Party without big shots

by Lenora B. Fulani -- I just got back from Boston, where I participated in the Second Boston Tea Party organized by We, the People. We not only commemorated the First Boston Tea more…

Where have you been, Albert Jr.?

by David Limbaugh -- In his debate against Dan Quayle and Admiral Stockdale in 1992, Al Gore said, "We have an environmental crisis, a health insurance crisis, (and) substandard education. It is more…

Memo to Hillary Clinton

by Bill O'Reilly -- Well, just four more weeks until voting day, Hillary, and you've cracked the 50 percent voter approval rating. You lead Rick Lazio by about 10 points in the more…

The next Supreme Court

by Jon Dougherty -- While watching news analyst and fellow WND columnist Bill O'Reilly, of Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" last week discuss the Food and Drug Administration's approval of RU-486 -- more…

To ME, or not to ME?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Last month Microsoft came out with its most recent version of its consumer Windows operating system titled Windows Millennium Edition, or WindowsME for short. How cute. Let's just more…

DOA: Adios, Juan

by Joel Miller -- Editor's note: This column marks the beginning of an occasional series, 'Death on Arrival,' documenting lethal abuses in America's war on drugs. Many people won't shed a single more…

Why I'm PC and proud

by Joseph Farah -- It's time for a new slogan -- a new shorthand, bumper-sticker expression that can help bind people together around a common vision and belief system. A long time more…

Gore's struggle with the truth

by Linda Bowles -- When Bill Bradley grew tired of persistent misrepresentations in a primary debate, he asked Al Gore, "When you don't tell the truth as a candidate, how can people more…

Al's not well with nation-states

by Gordon Prather -- You may wonder why Al Gore wants to be president. After all, the Clinton-Gore people, who have been running the government of our sovereign nation-state for the past more…

The battling females

by Richard Grenier -- I am prepared to be a pariah in the progressive world. Modern commentators (and who can be more modern than the New York Times) seem to be engaged more…