Voting big and small

by Thomas Jipping -- The 2000 presidential election is already one for the history books for a variety of reasons, though at this column's deadline its presidential result remains undecided. No matter more…

No Cher amour for GOP

by Larry Elder -- Poor Cher. How concerned was singer/actress Cher about the possible election of George W. Bush? She postponed a European recording session, losing $50,000 a month, to stay home more…

The presidential election

by Bill O'Reilly -- Well that was fun. Did you stay up? I had to, and I wasn't pleased about it since the networks blew the coverage big time by projecting Florida more…

Recount limbo

by J.R. Nyquist -- Editor's note: WND's J.R. Nyquist is a renowned expert on America's fatal illusion of an international balance of power; diplomatic and Cold War history; the survivability of a more…

A kingdom divided

by Craige McMillan -- Like many of you, I stayed up Tuesday evening to watch election returns. But as I write this column -- early Wednesday morning -- the news has been more…

Not the framers' presidency

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The best thing for this country is for the presidential election to be indefinitely in dispute. Think of the alternative. Folks in Utah voted 2 to 1 for more…

Clean up the mess

by Joseph Farah -- Did cheating make the difference? President Bill Clinton and the California Democratic Party conspire to mail non-citizens and non-eligible voters bogus "Voter Identification Cards" to make it easier more…

Campaign hypocrisy

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- "What's really important," said Bill Clinton during the 1992 Clinton-Gore presidential campaign, "is that we not permit (special interests) to give more money than people. We should restrict more…

Can he lead?

by Jon Dougherty -- The polls are closed and Americans have spoken. Millions of us are simply happy that we're not being bombarded with campaign advertisements any longer in this, the most more…