Al Gore's Red China policy

by Charles Smith -- In 1993 Al Gore was charged by a presidential directive to oversee U.S. secure communications and encryption export policy. The vice president is documented as running the high-tech more…

Polls and klunkers

by Scott Rasmussen -- Journalists routinely cite public opinion polls in reporting political campaigns and other news stories. They also routinely cite the poll's "margin of error" which lends an air of more…

Activist-journalists out of the closet

by Joseph Farah -- I warned you. Several weeks ago, I reported on plans for the gathering of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association in San Francisco, which took place last more…

It's time to part company

by Walter Williams -- One political question we have to answer is whether George W. Bush or Albert Gore shall be president, and just which party will control the House of Representatives more…

China's strategic deception

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Anthony C. LoBaido, currently on assignment in the Middle East, filed this intriguing profile of the nation of Jordan. LoBaido's harrowing, first-hand report of dodging a more…

An open letter to open-minded cynics

by David Limbaugh -- I know there are many of you who disagree with our founding fathers that when it comes to electing the president, character is vitally important. Is it because more…

Exclude this!

by Joel Miller -- One of the safeguards against someone being convicted on evidence obtained as a result of an illegal search is the Fourth Amendment-based Exclusionary Rule. The theory is that more…

Subtracting the 4th Amendment, part II

by Joel Miller -- Editor's note: This is the second of a two-part series on the drug war's detrimental effect on the Fourth Amendment. While Part I focuses on the danger of more…

Parents: Arbiters of entertainment content

by Jon Dougherty -- A new Federal Trade Commission report says what most parents concerned about the bombardment on their children of filth, smut, and gore (no pun intended) by the entertainment more…

Ground 'Wild Bill' before it's too late

by David Hackworth -- Bill Clinton didn't write the script for the movie, "Wag The Dog." But the commander in chief sure learned a thing or two from the flick about a more…