Unasked questions

by Geoff Metcalf -- As the eyes of the world are turned on the U.S. Senate trail of William Jefferson Clinton, the questions unasked remain the most significant, monumental, and potentially terminal. more…

Superior cynics and others who know

by David Limbaugh -- Following Henry Hyde's eloquent summation to the Senate, many skeptical pundits were beside themselves with disbelief that Henry would "go over the top" by invoking patriotic images such 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…

Y2K and the National Guard

by Joseph Farah -- More than a week ago, WorldNetDaily began a series of reports in a massive National Guard mobilization being planned around the Y2K millennium bug crisis -- the biggest more…

The criminal state

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The greatest threat to American prosperity, privacy, and private property is not private crime but government policy, or what might be called public crime. In proposing an added more…

Breaking the cycle

by Alan W. Bock -- The most likely scenario in foreign affairs for this year is a lot more of the same -- desultory confrontations over dubious crises that occupy a good deal more…

Anger a la carte

by Stuart Goldman -- The original title for this column was "Why I Love To Hate." Then, quite suddenly, I had a vision of the e-mails that my poor beleaguered editor would more…

The Senate must have witnesses

by John N. Doggett -- Our Constitution is a remarkable, revolutionary document. It says so much in so few words that many Americans forget how special it is. Before the Founding Fathers wrote more…

Sorry, Mr. President -- invitation only

by Alan Keyes -- One of the many astonishing demonstrations of shamelessness by Bill Clinton is his stated intention to deliver the State of the Union Address to Congress on schedule later more…

Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones

by Joseph Farah -- How many times have you heard that Bill Clinton didn't really commit perjury in his testimony in the Paula Jones case because Monica Lewinsky was later deemed not more…