Money makes theDemocrats go round

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Joseph Lieberman's selection as Al Gore's running mate sparked -- among other things -- another controversy over anti-Semitic attitudes in the Black community. The Amsterdam News, New York's more…

No thank you on trigger locks

by Joseph Farah -- Well, wouldn't you know it? It seems Dick Cheney, the Republican nominee for vice president, has grown on a number of issues -- particularly guns. The statists are more…

Gore fixes face?

by Linda Bowles -- Al Gore, a man with a thousand faces, has reintroduced himself yet again to the American people, this time as an old guard, hardcore, demagogic-and-driven, divide-and-conquer, big government more…

Witch way on drugs?

by Joel Miller -- With its brutal excesses and reliance on snitches and finks as informants, I don't think it's far off-kilter to describe the modern-day drug war as oddly similar to more…

Al Gore's trickle-down populism

by David Limbaugh -- Has the Bush campaign been crippled by the Gore freight train? I think not, but Gore's temporary convention bounce should serve as a wake-up call and an antidote more…

Coarsening culture

by Cynthia Grenier -- Just how raunchy can you get? The answer seems to be: there just plain is no limit. Joe Lieberman and William Bennett can't be ranged entirely with finicky more…

Put the world at your fingertips

by Judy Lowe -- Today's column shows how you can listen to Thomas Edison's rare recordings from the turn of the century via today's MP3 technology and leads you to a website more…

Dems and Boy Scouts: 'For the children?'

by Jon Dougherty -- Much of the media coverage surrounding last week's Democratic National Convention was exactly the wrong kind liberals hoped to get. For most of the four-day event, the media more…

Under the sea they lie

by Richard Grenier -- "They hid it from us for two days," said a former major in the Soviet anti-aircraft forces near Murmansk. "The most disgusting part," said the Russian, "is that more…

Watermelon undertaker in cemetery of the left

by J.R. Nyquist -- Perhaps you noticed that stiff, rather uncomfortable man who has been standing to one side, attempting to project a caring attitude. You might easily mistake him for an more…