Peeping on the world

by Tom Ambrose -- "Survivor." "Big Brother." Merely the latest installments in America's ongoing fascination and experimentation with voyeurism. I suppose this experiment-gone-awry began in earnest with a medium such as radio. more…

U.S. Army followingthe Soviet lead?

by David Hackworth -- I grew up in a very tough Army. My sergeants had slugged their way across Africa into Sicily and then up that bloody spine of Italy fighting a more…

The Kursk and U.S.power projection

by Gordon Prather -- The United States has had as many as 10,000 nukes in our arsenal, most of them intended to be used on the battlefield, but none of them ever more…

Redeeming Al Sharpton

by Lenora B. Fulani -- When Al Sharpton took the podium on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday, he was eloquent, cutting, and demanding. I know Al Sharpton. He was also more…

What's a girl to do?

by Richard Grenier -- Now we have to be very fair about this. Before the GOP presidential convention was over, Mary Cheney, the attractive if boyish daughter of Dick Cheney, Republican candidate more…

Cultural complaints from an outsider

by Jon Dougherty -- On Friday one of my daughters came home from school with an alarming story. You don't have to be a parent or have children in high school to more…

Leaders ignore nation's greatest threat

by Chuck Baldwin -- While there will certainly be several distinctions to a Bush or Gore administration, one thing will not change: America's continued march toward a global, New World Order. Both more…

After action report: The flag flap

by Geoff Metcalf -- The recent WorldNetDaily exclusives about the American Flag, Navy warships and Presidential junkets have sparked a lot of controversy. There are two stories on which this column is more…

Ralph Nader: More red than green

by Jane Chastain -- On June 25, in Denver, Colo., Ralph Nader accepted the presidential nomination of the Green Party. Mr. Nader and his friends may have wrapped themselves in an environmental more…

Whither Elian?

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Joseph Farah is on the road, slaying the dragons of government waste, fraud, corruption and abuse at every turn. For the next week, his column will more…