You're rich!

by Jane Chastain -- You're rich! You may be struggling to pay off your credit cards, the mortgage on your home and the kids' braces. You haven't figured out where the money more…

Government disconnecta good thing

by Alan W. Bock -- Bob Herbert of the New York Times may consider it an "ominous trend'' but some of us think it's encouraging. In yesterday's column the Times' resident ritualistic liberal more…

Waco's lasting lesson

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- If you were near a television set on April 19, 1993, you will never forget the sight of the Mt. Carmel religious community in Waco, Texas, going up more…

How to live a stupid life

by Stuart Goldman -- ? 1999 S.L. Goldman Get born Start to grow up (yuck) Develop an Oedipus complex Go to school (ecchhh) Go to college 'cause you think you're supposed to more…

Strange justice indeed

by John N. Doggett -- On Oct. 15, 1991, the United States Senate confirmed Clarence Thomas as the 106th Associate Justice of the United State Supreme Court. Clarence's nomination was viciously and unethically more…

The power of the purse

by Alan Keyes -- Last week I discussed the importance of abolishing the income tax because of its tendency to form a habit of servility in the souls of a people that more…

Should we judge?

by David Limbaugh -- © 1999 Creators Syndicate, Inc. Let's examine two recent utterances by Clinton/Gore loyalists in the wake of rumors about George W. Bush's cocaine use, and see if we more…

'Fair and balanced' my eye

by Joseph Farah -- Well, I guess I should be honored. Fox News Network was forced to create an auto-mail response just to deal with complaints about my pre-empted appearance on "The more…

Waco: wrong about the right

by Jon Dougherty -- © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com When the first bits of contradictory evidence between the government's "official line" regarding the Waco debacle and those gifted few who were actually investigating the more…

Try again, and again ...

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- If at first you don't succeed try, try again. It's a maxim that was written on the board in my eighth grade Math class. Each week Miss Minton more…