Our diseased world

by Stuart Goldman -- I have spent a lot of time around illness during the last year. Last night, it struck me at 3:00 a.m. (this is the time of day when more…

Bring back negative campaigns

by Alan W. Bock -- Watching the remaining Republicans go at it Tuesday night confirmed for me that one of the worst things to happen to American politics in recent years (yes, I more…

A window into Hillary's heart

by John N. Doggett -- Hillary's Senate campaign has given the world a glimpse into her heart. What we have seen has not been pretty. Last week, Hillary ate two free breakfasts at more…

China maneuvers

by Inside the Ring -- The Pentagon is closely watching southern China for any signs the People's Liberation Army will conduct threatening military exercises in the next few weeks. The big concern is more…

Militias, Public and Private

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- A couple of years ago, the Clinton administration and its media echo chamber whipped up a national hysteria about private militias. These men were said to be masquerading more…

McCain: Gore's stalking horse

by Joseph Farah -- Let me begin by reminding you I don't have a horse in this presidential race. Personally, I like Alan Keyes. I like Pat Buchanan. I like Harry Browne. more…

Why God can't exist

by Craige McMillan -- Because we are thoroughly modern people, we have many reasons why God can't exist. Evolutionists have their interminable army of monkeys, typing away in the bell jar devoid more…

The Bush response

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- I watched intently on Sunday as Tim Russert interviewed Gov. George Bush and asked him all the tough questions. The toughest questions concerned Bush's appearance and speech at more…

Great music, boring men

by -NO AUTHOR- -- An American songfest Thomas Hampson, one of my all-time favorite baritones, created and hosted the PBS Great Performances special "I Hear America Singing" on American song and its more…