The resurrection of outrage

by David Limbaugh -- Why are many of us so outraged over Bill Clinton's illegal bodily seizure of Elian Gonzalez? He's grossly abused his power before. He's twisted and broken the law more…

Incontrovertible proof of God

by Craige McMillan -- Most of us -- if we think about it at all -- probably suppose that the end of the world will begin with the push of a red more…

Culture drunk on false optimism?

by J.R. Nyquist -- In this column, and in my book "The Origins of the Fourth World War," I sometimes paint a dark picture. This is not to frighten people, but to more…

A small minority makes the call

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- On the heels of the Clinton administration's playing up of the first anniversary of the tragedy at Columbine High School in Colorado, they gave the American people first-hand more…

The politics of personal (wealth) destruction

by Paul Sperry -- As Joel I. Klein and his trustbusters guzzled champagne earlier this month, working Americans with hard-earned cash in the stock market reached for the Pepto-Bismol. And they're still more…

Our 'reinvented' government

by Joseph Farah -- Remember when Bill Clinton and Al Gore promised to "reinvent government"? They promised to streamline. They promised to cut waste. They promised to make government more cost-effective. Of more…

Boy scouts, gay lobby and compromises

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- In the struggle over whether the Boy Scouts should be forced to accept gay activists as Scout leaders, proponents of free association are denounced as bigots. The charge more…

The John Huang saga

by Charles Smith -- On Jan. 7, 1993, John Huang, then Vice Chairman of the Lippo Bank, wrote to Ron Brown, then chairman of the Democrat National Committee, in stilted English: "Congratulations more…

Debating drugs

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "A billion here, a billion there, pretty soon you're talking real money" -- Senator Everett Dirksen on the occasion of Lyndon Johnson's first $100 billion budget. To listen more…