The Commerce sex scandals

by Charles Smith -- Ron Brown had a wide variety of lovers during his term as the Secretary of Commerce. The U.S. taxpayers funded many of Brown's sexual escapades directly with pay-offs, more…

Of mice and men

by Joseph Farah -- It's time to award two Marine officers the nation's highest honors. No, I'm not talking about the Congressional Medal of Honor. Frankly, the way Congress has behaved in more…

In defense of Microsoft

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Let me lay this out clearly. Bill Gates' Microsoft has made a stupendous amount of money. This fact makes some of its competitors, who haven't done so well, more…

The great Republican divide

by David Limbaugh -- Political analysts are still scratching their heads over the election results with no dominant opinion having yet emerged. Democrats, despite their insistence that the election would not be more…

13083 and our freedom

by Joseph Farah -- You can certainly understand why President Clinton would try to sneak Executive Order 13083 by Congress and the American people. He nearly did. Until WorldNetDaily discovered this unconstitutional more…

The great escape

by Geoff Metcalf -- If there were such a thing as a reasonably objective person, he or she would be compelled to accept the obvious. Bill Clinton is a corrupt, disingenuous, duplicitous more…

Putting the foxes in the chicken coop

by Jane Chastain -- The euphoria which accompanied the resignation of Newt Gingrich as speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives was short-lived. After the dust settled, the only man standing in more…

Murder as therapy

by Stuart Goldman -- For the past nine months I have been working as an investigator for the defense in a murder case in which a 22-year-old man (who, for the purposes more…

Rise up angry, America

by Joseph Farah -- "House Speaker-to-be Bob Livingston, R-La, is talking tough about President Clinton's behavior, but privately he has suggested he has little interest in pursuing an impeachment inquiry during his more…