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…

The battle begins

by Alan Keyes -- Last week's election is already proving to be a litmus test of true conservative principle. The people who are seizing the opportunity of this setback to blare all more…

Larry Klayman for speaker of the House

by Joseph Farah -- At least there's one guy in Washington, D.C., with some guts -- unfortunately, he's not an elected official. I refer to Larry Klayman, chairman of Judicial Watch, the more…

It's payback time

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- The 1998 mid-term election fallout will be with us for many months. No matter what the Republicans said on election night or since, the Democrat spin has been more…

The Ladies of the Gun Club

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "When I was a child I was afraid of sewing machines." A polite titter ran through the room as the ladies of the Hardyville Literary and Social Betterment more…

The elected

by Craige McMillan -- "Then the Lord answered Job out of the storm, and said, 'Now gird up your loins like a man; I will ask you, and you instruct Me. Will more…

Impeach the executive branch

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The Republicans don't appear to know the first thing about Congress' impeachment power. They construe it as a legal mechanism devoid of ideological meaning, one applied only to more…

Tilting at windmills

by Joseph Farah -- I know. I know. The votes are counted. The numbers are in. Bob Livingston will be the next speaker of the House. There's nothing any of us can more…

Tangoing with terror

by David Hackworth -- In a tough school, I learned "THE MORE SWEAT ON THE TRAINING FIELD, THE LESS BLOOD ON THE BATTLEFIELD." A lot of men are still sucking air because more…

Freedom, rights and responsibility

by David Limbaugh -- President Clinton's high-approval rating despite his scandal-ridden presidency is commonly explained as being a function of a sound economy. Many also attribute it to a general decline in more…