Clinton's Czech-communist connection

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Psssst!! Don't tell anyone. ... Future U.S. President paid homage to Lenin's Mummy during Christmas. ... Youthful Associations account for present predilections. ... Better start arming yourselves and more…

Dante at the diner

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I had lunch again this week with the publisher of the "Trumpet Messenger," my friend Marcel LeRoi ([email protected]). Our conversation began with the perils of Y2K. But we more…

Turn off the war junkies

by David Hackworth -- On the first day bombs dropped on ex-Yugoslavia, Mrs. Albright said, "I don't see this as a long-term operation." Pardon me, Madeleine, it's already been a 30-day-plus nightmare, more…

After Littleton

by Alan W. Bock -- The proclivity of Americans to accept -- perhaps even to prefer -- symbolism over reality and especially over hard thinking has hardly disappeared. And to expect Republicans in more…

The back door into Littleton

by Craige McMillan -- We often forget that saying "yes" to one thing means saying "no" to another. So, too, as the depth and pain of the human tragedy in Littleton, Colo., more…

The Law in Hardyville

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Since getting rid of politicians, the people of the small, mid-nowhere town of Hardyville haven't had much truck with laws, either. In fact -- except for a few more…

Gun control kills

by Joseph Farah -- It's about time. Bill Clinton has finally told us his solution to the slaughters of innocent school children as we witnessed last week in Littleton, Colo. Clinton held more…

Ethnic terrorism in Serbia

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "They lined up the men and shot them in front of us," explained Fata Dzeko, one of my students from Bosnia. She told our class last Tuesday that more…

Seeds of violence erupt again

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Once again riveting pictures and graphic accounts of another tragedy -- kids shooting kids in their schools -- takes front stage in our media. I, as a parent more…

NATO at 50: Global Governance Emerging

by Henry Lamb -- The NATO Summit brought together the chief executives of 19 nations who assumed the authority to ignore the NATO Charter and the U.N. Charter and inflict war upon more…