Teeve or not teevee

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- When I was a very little girl in the '50s, my father brought home our first TV -- a 10-inch black-and-white Dumont in a streamlined cabinet -- and more…

Why newspapers are dying

by Joseph Farah -- Some people read comic books for laughs. I read a newspaper trade journal called Editor & Publisher. It's a habit I picked up during my nearly 20 years more…

The great federal land rush

by Henry Lamb -- Suddenly, there is an all-out, visible effort to buy out America. Actually, there is nothing "sudden" about the buy-out; heretofore, however, it has not been widely publicized, nor more…

Clinton's war on your privacy

by Charles Smith -- Since 1993, President Clinton has engaged in a secret effort to bug America. No president has worked harder to protect his personal privacy while attacking the privacy of more…

Standing tall for truth

by Joseph Farah -- There are very few "entertainers" I would include on my list of most admired and respected people. But singer-songwriter Steve Vaus would have to be one. Vaus, like more…

Face to face with New Age reality

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: In this third part of an on-going series on angels, demons, and things that go bump in the night, a former New Ager tells of her more…

E-mail hotline to the Senate

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The history-making impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton comes at a time when the Internet and e-mail theoretically provide a unique opportunity for virtually all citizens to voice more…

Centralize education?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Bill Clinton used to enjoy a reputation as a policy wonk, a person who puts political pragmatism and detail ahead of conviction and dogma. But with his State-of-the-Union more…

Follow the buddy trail

by David M. Bresnahan -- We often hear the old adage to "follow the money." Sometimes it is hard to know where the money trail begins and ends unless we first "follow the more…

The character of Thomas Jefferson

by Jane Chastain -- When you cut through all the legal gobbledygook and the bending of the English language, President Clinton's defense boils down to this: It's all about sex and everybody's more…