Lying about the 2000 budget

by Jane Chastain -- 'I am greatly afflicted.' I said in my alarm, 'All men are liars.' Psalm 116:10-11 GOP leaders are congratulating themselves after passing legislation that President Clinton has agreed more…

Why I am not a homophobe

by Joseph Farah -- Washington Post ombudswoman E. R. Shipp suggests I am "hostile to homosexuals." In the popular lexicon, that makes one a "homophobe." I'd like to explain why I am more…

'Outing' Echelon

by Jon Dougherty -- The fiscal 2000 Intelligence Authorization Act contains a provision for an undisclosed amount of money earmarked for "infrastructure upgrades at a key facility in what many suspect is more…

Keep your Y2K expectations flexible

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As I've said many times, I don't know what will happen as a result of Y2K. Neither does anyone else -- despite what they may tell you. The more…

Thanksgiving in cyber space

by Judy Lowe -- The Web provides an abundance of interesting Thanksgiving history and background for students, as well as the opportunity to find a family-tested grace to say over your turkey more…

Freedom of speech, sort of

by Geoff Metcalf -- Thirty-six years ago I was a sophomore at LaSalle Academy in Providence Rhode Island. A group of us had been pulled out of class by Brother Benilde to more…

What the future holdsfor America

by J.R. Nyquist -- Exact predictions about the future are almost impossible to make. For example, nobody knows on what day the next war will begin, or what the outcome will be. more…

Don't check the box

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- You know that box on your tax form that tries to get you to give $3 to federal elections? Checking it, says the form, sends your tax dollars more…

Revolution coming?

by Alan W. Bock -- Sean Wilentz in the New Republic argues that while the plethora of strange candidates and jockeying in the Reform Party makes for high amusement, the Reform Party is more…

A declaration of thanks

by John N. Doggett -- On Thursday, Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving. We have come a long way since Puritan Pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians held a three-day celebration of peace and friendship at Plymouth more…