Right to privacy, Clinton-style

by David Limbaugh -- On Oct. 29, 1999, President Clinton, in full lip-biting mode, said, "In 1999, Americans should never have to worry about the nightmare scenarios depicted in George Orwell's 1984. more…

Was this Pinochet?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Let us now be abusive about a certain Latin-American dictator and his friends. Why not? Those bastards, those granite-heads, those slime-balls who defend that ruthless murdering son of more…

Unbalanced Media

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- With every passing day it becomes harder to avoid the mounting evidence of the extreme anti-gun agenda of the national media. The number of voices of those in more…

Should women be trained for war?

by J.R. Nyquist -- A few weeks ago I wrote a column on intelligent idiots. One of the chief idiocies listed in the column was that of putting women into combat. To more…

Reno the fraud fighter

by Joseph Farah -- I don't know about you, but I spend eight to 10 hours a day on the Internet. Not once in the years I've been pursuing this lifestyle have more…

Genesis of the Civil War

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The historical event that looms largest in American public consciousness is the Civil War. One-hundred thirty-nine years after the first shot was fired, its genesis is still fiercely more…

In the long run

by Craige McMillan -- "In the long run -- we are all dead." That little quip is blunt, but the vast majority of us live as if it were true. And not more…

Economic misunderstandings

by Walter Williams -- The statist claim that a strong government is needed to protect the "weak" against the "powerful" is usually accepted as a matter of faith. But given just a more…

The N.Y. Times, they aren't a-changin'

by Joseph Farah -- If the New York Times follows the script, on Sunday, Oct. 29, 2000, the "newspaper of record" will endorse Al Gore for president of the United States. Because more…