Is your government an Internet spy?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Do they know what you look at? Will they know where you've been? Is Big Brother reading your packets in a similar way that they scan overseas telephone more…

Preaching to the choir

by Alan Keyes -- Pat Buchanan's public deliberations about staying in the Republican Party or switching to the Reform Party are contributing to a very dangerous distraction from the real job facing more…

Clinton's strange foreign policy

by Joseph Farah -- Last week, President Clinton announced his decision to ease sanctions against North Korea in an effort "to pursue improved overall relations" with the rogue, totalitarian, terrorist state -- more…

Dung near art

by Joel Miller -- Modern art is problematic. When you see some art that looks like a pile of manure, are you supposed to be moved? Feel the emotions of the artist? more…

What they say vs. what they mean

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt For months now we have been hearing from organizations that Y2K is all but solved. They are "making good progress," "90 percent compliant," more…

All necessary authority

by Craige McMillan -- In our journey through life, most of us find ourselves under one or more authorities. The policeman hands out traffic tickets to the hurried, employers dispense paychecks for more…

Identity, privacy and personal freedom

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The attack on privacy by Big Brother and his Little Brother corporations is more than mere theft. It's murder. It's the murder of individuality. Once-free people are becoming more…

Behind the turmoil in Russia

by J.R. Nyquist -- According to a Moscow Times editorial, the Kremlin has destroyed evidence at explosion sites where nearly 300 Russians have been killed in recent terrorist bombings. In one instance, more…

Total corruption

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely seems to be the new law enforcement motto. From the highest law enforcement office down to the street cop corruption is more…

Open season on Christians

by Joseph Farah -- I have waited awhile to write this column. I waited because I was sure that after the East Coast hurricanes died down, the media would once again focus more…