The N.Y. Times, they aren't a-changin'

by Joseph Farah -- If the New York Times follows the script, on Sunday, Oct. 29, 2000, the "newspaper of record" will endorse Al Gore for president of the United States. Because more…

Clinton's laptop dancing

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My Computer Guy, who knew I was looking for another laptop, called early one morning, Boy, did he have THE machine for me. CG was located in an more…

JIM TREFFINGER: The Next Jack Kemp?

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo To: Jack Kemp From: Jude Wanniski Re: The New Jersey Senate Race A month ago, just as I was giving up all hope of a new political more…

Minorities still feel cheated

by Jon Dougherty -- After all the hubbub in our nation's history over very real race and gender discrimination, it's hard for me to believe that in today's US of A there more…

Chinese army into big business

by Charles Smith -- The Chinese Army is in business. The People's Liberation Army (PLA) draws great profits from business funding, commercial loans and outright sales in America. The profits eventually are more…

Economic misunderstandings

by Walter Williams -- The statist claim that a strong government is needed to protect the "weak" against the "powerful" is usually accepted as a matter of faith. But given just a more…

You be the judge

by Joseph Farah -- On Nov. 9, 1994, Paul Venze of Beverly Hills faxed a letter to President Clinton suggesting he investigate the origins of a full-page ad in the Los Angeles more…

Hut, one, two, three, grope

by David Hackworth -- Anyone that's recently served in our armed forces knows that in-ranks groping is as common in today's military as gun powder was in Ike's Army. Let's face it, more…

Screen doors on submarines

by Jane Chastain -- What could be more unnecessary than a screen door on a submarine? On Wednesday, the House Armed Services Committee will be debating a proposal that is equally ridiculous, more…