Tired of playing victim

by Jon Dougherty -- I don't know about the rest of you but personally I'm tired of being forced to play the role of "victim." Two recent mass shootings -- one in more…

Stock up on two-liter soft drink bottles

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt Regardless of how grandiose your Y2K water plans are -- whether you have secured a self-sufficient well or are storing thousands of gallons more…

Babylon revisited, part II

by Stuart Goldman -- The reader is advised to read S.L. Goldman's column of Oct 26 prior to beginning the second installment of this hateful, homophobic screed. In order to understand the more…

A market for body parts?

by Alan W. Bock -- The saddest aspect of Walter Payton's death at 45 has hardly been discussed. If there were a market in human organs rather than a federal law prohibiting their more…

President Gephardt?

by John N. Doggett -- Neither Al Gore nor Bill Bradley will be the Democrat Presidential Nominee. The Demos will pick Dick Gephardt instead. Here's why: Al Gore frightens liberal and "progressive" Democrats. more…

Net polls: Do they really mean anything?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I'm ticked off at telephone marketing and telephone polltakers. Given such frustration, Internet polling appears to have potential. Compared with phone polls, chances are high that I will more…

China nuke danger

by Inside the Ring -- The Army is warning soldiers to watch out for radioactive foreign military equipment. "It's primarily Chinese,'' a senior military officer told us. Other radioactive equipment in Army hands more…

Invisible man, invisible things

by Alan Keyes -- Last week I participated in a nationally televised forum from New Hampshire, along with Steve Forbes, Gary Bauer, Orrin Hatch, and John McCain. We took turns answering questions more…

Those crazy Washington voters

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What a day to miss an election! On Nov. 2, the fair citizens of Washington state voted in favor of a referendum to do two things: 1) cut more…

Sticks and stones

by David Limbaugh -- Democrats are crying foul because Republicans have finally wised up and adopted some of their successful marketing techniques. They are nervously reacting to a month-long, $445,000 National Republican more…