Attack of the slobber slinger

by Joel Miller -- A cough is something that you yourself can't help, but everybody else does on purpose just to torment you. --Ogden Nash The great thing about politics today is more…

State of the Union undress

by Jon Dougherty -- Whatever happened to the days when a president just gave a State of the Union address, telling Americans things are fine, or they're not fine, or they're going more…

Why I brought suit against the White House

by Jerry Falwell -- For many months now, we have witnessed speculation that the White House has instigated a clandestine exercise to illegally obtain information on political opponents by pilfering their FBI more…

Leadership through our moral crisis

by Alan Keyes -- During normal times in American history, the country has been able to flourish under political leaders who were merely adequate. At such times even the highest officials of more…

Clinton's history lesson

by Ron Strom -- It appears that our commander in chief has once again demonstrated his penchant for fooling most of the people most of the time. This "fool," however, saw through more…

VP gores Bradley

by David Limbaugh -- In one sense, Republicans owe Bill Bradley for challenging Al Gore for the Democratic presidential nomination. Without this primary battle, voters may have believed that Gore's ruthlessness and more…

Deconstructing George Washington

by Joseph Farah -- Did George Washington use profanity? If you watched the Arts & Entertainment Network's portrayal of him in "The Crossing" earlier this month, you might be persuaded he did. more…

Hillary's socialist education agenda

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Before the people of New York choose Hillary Rodham Clinton as their senator, they ought to know something about what she stands for on education, because that is more…

The last reunion

by Stuart Goldman -- Well I swore I'd never do it, but I did it. Do what, you say? Why, go to my high school reunion, of course. Over the years, I've more…

The incredible shrinking presidency

by Alan W. Bock -- I really should be pleased, but I have to confess that I'm slightly saddened as well. For years I have said and written that this would be a more…