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…

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…

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…

Kennedy and his suit-happy fiddlers

by David Limbaugh -- We now have irrefutable proof that the Democrats are scared silly about Republicans winning the White House and retaining control of both houses of Congress. Only such desperation more…

Americans at the gate

by Lenora B. Fulani -- There are many signs that tell you when a democracy is in trouble. There are two vital signs that tell you when the trouble is serious. One is more…

'E-mail fix' company answers WND

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I am writing in defense of my company, SRA International, at which I am a Senior Principal. I've been at SRA since I got my Masters from William more…

Life in post-Clinton era

by Linda Bowles -- It is not too early to discuss life in America in the post-Clinton era. When Americans view the final departure of Bill and Hillary from the White House, 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…