Press goes mum on Wen Ho Lee

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- A federal judge in New Mexico wants prosecutors to answer a critical question by July 5: Was former Los Alamos scientist Wen Ho Lee spying for more…

The Bushes' liberal legacy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Conservatives in America have a dangerous practice. They habitually camouflage moderate politicians as defenders of conservative principles. At best this is a pragmatic effort to get Republican candidates more…

Celebrating Independence

by Judy Lowe -- On the day before the Fourth, we look at independence, fireworks and celebrations in Philadelphia and Boston. Also Tall Ships, humor and traveling with tots. Dancin' in the more…

Lott's red bargain

by Jane Chastain -- Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott says he'll try to block an agreement by House Republicans that would allow food sales to Fidel Castro's Cuba. Farm state lawmakers had more…

More than one Gumbel fumble

by -NO AUTHOR- -- That CBS' Bryant Gumbel is, among other things, a toilet-tongued vulgarian is not really news. The only thing new is that this has now been exposed live, on more…

Hollywood goes patriotic

by Chuck Baldwin -- A few days ago, June 28, Hollywood released a pro-freedom motion picture titled "The Patriot." Before hitting the screens in America, the new film was being lambasted by more…

Critiquing 'The Patriot' critics

by Geoff Metcalf -- I had intended to use this space to shamelessly self-promote my new venture with WorldNetDaily, which starts today. Commencing at 4:00pm Pacific time we introduce the next step more…

Renewing patriotism in America

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON -- Mel Gibson's new movie about the Revolutionary War, "The Patriot," opened this week in advance of Independence Day. Not a bad marketing strategy, I'd say. The more…

Heroes on the high seas

by Cynthia Grenier -- Get out your oilskin slicker and rubber boots when you head to the movie house this weekend. A night at "The Perfect Storm" is going to be a more…