The Y2K Blame Game

by -NO AUTHOR- -- You've seen the plot before. A terrible crime has been committed. The police round up a small group of suspects and place them, shoulder-to-shoulder, in a lineup. The more…

In love with America

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- My love affair with America began back in elementary school in New York City when I wrote a poem in the fourth or fifth grade entitled, "America, I more…

Lift a glass

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Veuve Clicquot site, e-Clicquot , doesn't actually sell champagne. It does offer games, a recipe archive, and some great Y2K-party host(ess) gifts: silk scarves with champagne bottles more…

Christmas: A message of inclusion

by David Limbaugh -- After getting caught with his pants down last year, Bill Clinton made a point of publicly embracing his Christian faith. He toted his Bible around and announced that more…

The bigots in the White House

by Joseph Farah -- How out of touch with reality are Clinton's top White House officials? Comments by press secretary Joe Lockhart during a Dec. 16 press briefing are a good example. more…

New-millennium resolutions

by Linda Bowles -- We are once again at that time of the year when it is customary to confess our shortcomings and formulate our resolutions for overcoming them. This year is, more…

Why is the Navy home?

by Jon Dougherty -- If there is one thing the U.S. military can use to project power to the farthest reaches of the globe, the U.S. Navy fits the bill. In fact, more…

How will the bug bite?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I'm often asked what kinds of problems does Y2K create for computers. There are basically four problems that non-compliant computers have with Jan. 1, 2000. It starts with more…

Open letter to President Clinton

by David Hackworth -- Seven years ago you took command of a lean fighting outfit that had just busted Saddam Hussein's chops in a war that was over faster than you could more…

Judicial Watch's top-10 wish list for 2000

by Larry Klayman -- As the world enters a new millennium (God willing, given Y2K and the threat of terrorism), Judicial Watch reflects on its five-and-one-half-year history and success in fighting corruption more…