Al hires a conscience, or so it would seem

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- In Sen. Joseph Lieberman, Al Gore has picked a serious, respected, independent-minded and, some might even add, bipartisan running mate. He's also hired a conscience. Or more…

World government by September?

by Joseph Farah -- Are you ready for world government? Are you willing to cede national sovereignty to the United Nations? Are you prepared to become a citizen of the world and more…

North Korean Nukes and the DIA

by Gordon Prather -- If the North Korean ballistic missiles don't have nukes atop them, then they are not a threat to anyone, especially us. Clinton-Gore must know that. So, since Clinton-Gore more…

Bush: Charisma kid

by Richard Grenier -- It has been my lot in life to sit many times in a Hollywood screening room beside a studio chief as he got his first look at a more…

Military readiness in toilet?

by David Hackworth -- Retired Army Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf says U.S. military readiness sucks. Louis Caldera, U.S. Army headman, says this ain't so -- Stormin' Norman's "flat-out wrong." Both men are alumni more…

Conservative's choice

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The Republican convention was really the main event of this political season. It was the long-awaited test for George W. Bush to see if he has what it more…

Open letter to Gen. Colin Powell

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Dear Gen. Powell, I saw your speech at the Republican Convention last week. Like many Americans, I was touched by it. Providing leadership means insisting that we look more…

Politics of brotherly hate

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Call it ... New York Times disease. Every pol in the U.S. seems to want to weigh in on how race is "lived in America" by talking about more…

Bush's military statements the lie of the week?

by Jon Dougherty -- Unless you've been living under a rock, you've no doubt heard for years now that the military is suffering readiness problems under the Clinton administration. Because of stupid, more…

Party abuse

by Chuck Baldwin -- Two recent reports from the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia really caught my eye. A Chicago Tribune story begins, "Social conservatives, banned from the spotlight of the Republican more…