Click-through for college texts

by Judy Lowe -- This week we take a peek at sneakers (a.k.a. "athletic shoes"), ancient myths, foreign films, football and personalized TV listings, among other Web offerings. Cheaper textbooks. It's time more…

Back to school

by J.R. Nyquist -- In some parts of the country a new school year is beginning today. America's state-funded concentration camps for minors, erroneously called public schools, are opening their gates. While more…

Leaders ignore nation's greatest threat

by Chuck Baldwin -- While there will certainly be several distinctions to a Bush or Gore administration, one thing will not change: America's continued march toward a global, New World Order. Both more…

Cultural complaints from an outsider

by Jon Dougherty -- On Friday one of my daughters came home from school with an alarming story. You don't have to be a parent or have children in high school to more…

After action report: The flag flap

by Geoff Metcalf -- The recent WorldNetDaily exclusives about the American Flag, Navy warships and Presidential junkets have sparked a lot of controversy. There are two stories on which this column is more…

Another acceptance speech

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Now that both Republican nominee George W. Bush and Democratic nominee Al Gore have given their respective acceptance speeches, I would like to give mine as the selection more…

CIA and the 'art'of infiltration

by Cynthia Grenier -- Let a few decades pass and you can find how history can be miscast, not to mention virtually misinterpreted. A recent hefty, 500-page book by a young English more…

Substance abuse?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON -- This has been a strange election year. Voters have flipped back and forth between Republican nominee George W. Bush and Democratic nominee Al Gore. Some are more…

Time ticks for tyranny

by Alan Keyes -- Friday's Washington Post reported that the Clinton administration is using its last months before a possible Republican replacement arrives to "feverishly" seek a "legacy," particularly on environmental matters. more…

It was only frayed wiring?

by Gordon Prather -- Not to worry, says the National Transportation Safety Board, the cause of the TWA tragedy was sloppy routing by Boeing of some low-voltage wires to the central fuel more…