Try again, and again ...

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- If at first you don't succeed try, try again. It's a maxim that was written on the board in my eighth grade Math class. Each week Miss Minton more…

Back to school at Columbine

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- On Monday, Aug. 16, students returned to Columbine High for their fall 1999 semester. During the summer, workers patched the bullet holes, remodeled the cafeteria, repainted it blue more…

Deflating the tax cut

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Republicans hoped to make their tax-cut bill a key issue in the upcoming election. They expected it to be the symbol that would divide them from the tax-and-spend more…

'Laptops of the Gods'

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Just when I was getting used to the notion of cyber-confessions and electronic communion from the hip, with-it, now Catholic Church, I learn an American Roman Catholic newspaper more…

Continuing to coddle China

by Jon Dougherty -- In 1991, while campaigning for what would become his first term as president of the United States, an indignant candidate Clinton chided then-President George Bush for "coddling Beijing's more…

News from the education front

by Walter Williams -- Last month, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the State of California is not in violation of federal civil-rights statutes by testing prospective public school more…

NATO is now the enemy

by David Hackworth -- Bill Clinton and British leader Tony Blair don't want us to get the word that: Their promises to end the bloodshed and ethnic cleansing and bring peace to more…

The power to corrupt

by Charles Smith -- In 1999, International Monetary Fund authorities contracted with the accounting firm of Arthur Andersen to audit the Indonesian power company, PLN. According to an article appearing in the more…

Incremental tyranny

by Jon Dougherty -- Anytime I make a plea to reduce the size, scope and power of the federal government back to its constitutional limits there are always a few people out more…

Uncovering the cover-up

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By David Franke © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com You may have noticed that many of the articles appearing on our Y2K page are, shall we say, rather sobering in their more…