Debunking overpopulation myths

by John N. Doggett -- Abortionists, zero-population-growth advocates and antigrowth zealots want us to believe that there are too many people in the world. They say that we can't feed and support our more…

Taepo Dong test

by Inside the Ring -- North Korea is continuing to make preparations for the first test of its newest long-range missile, the Taepo Dong II. That's the word according to Pentagon intelligence sources more…

Educating the defenders of liberty

by Alan Keyes -- The Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms is in jeopardy these days -- dangerously so. The purpose of the Second Amendment is to ensure that we more…

Well-booked for the holidays

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com The cold winter air, the crackling of a fireplace ... sounds like a perfect time for a good book. If you haven't been to Powells.com, more…

The century that was

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- In a few short weeks, the 20th Century will be history, and editors of establishment magazines and newspapers will be asking noted historians, usually from the Council on more…

Gore's moment of truth

by Joseph Farah -- Al Gore was confronted with the reality of his association with and unequivocal support of true evil this week. It wasn't the press that brought him face-to-face with more…

A day late and a dollar short in Panama

by Jon Dougherty -- I've read the arguments against allowing ownership of the Panama Canal to be transferred back to the Panamanian government on Dec. 31, 1999. I've read Rep. Helen Chenoweth-Hage's more…

Bush: Rendering unto Caesar

by David Limbaugh -- The thought police have been lying in wait throughout the presidential campaign season waiting to pounce, and during Monday night's debate, George W. Bush gave them a big more…

Feeling fearful about Y2K?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- This is a natural emotion when facing an uncertain future. I certainly face it from time to time, as do members of my family and many of my more…

I-politics

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- The USA Today headline read "Internet turns 30." It's hard to believe that only a few years ago, a lot fewer than 30, no one but a few more…