Clinton finally makes it to Nam?

by Geoff Metcalf -- Someone smarter and more insightful than I once said, "Do not follow where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." more…

War on many fronts

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…

Are seniors 'entitled' to prescription drugs?

by Jane Chastain -- In 1996, Bill Clinton and Al Gore won reelection largely because they managed to scare one of the nation's largest and most reliable voting blocks, senior citizens, into more…

Celebrate the Constitution

by Joseph Farah -- Yesterday was Constitution Day. How did you celebrate? Did you even know? On Sept. 17, 1787, the Constitutional Convention, meeting in Philadelphia for four months, agreed on the more…

The games have already begun

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON -- The Olympic games in Sydney just opened but, already, I'm almost tired of them. It's not that I don't like athletic competition -- I do. But more…

Shut up, you stupid conservatives!

by Jerry Falwell -- It seems that virtually every week another attempt to silence conservatives is afoot. Last week, I wrote about the late-August internal memo from the Interior Department that singled more…

Here come de judge

by Gordon Prather -- Well, President Clinton has thoroughly corrupted the executive branch and almost half the legislative branch, but we can all be thankful that there are at least a few more…

Happily married man

by Richard Grenier -- Jane Smiley has taken to the first line of the editorial page of the New York Times to celebrate the institution of divorce. The legal annulment of marriage more…

Canning Kyoto

by Alan Keyes -- Several weeks ago, I discussed some recent examples of federal government agencies attempting to break free of the requirement that they let the Congress make the laws. I more…