To reward or punish China

by Jane Chastain -- It's time for our elected representatives to decide whether to reward or punish China for its theft of our most sensitive military technology and for its worsening human more…

Rethinking the 'Russia Problem'

by J.R. Nyquist -- One needs to have humility when confronting difficult questions, and Russia is perhaps one of the most difficult questions of our time. Making judgments about Russia is a more…

Voucher socialism

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- For years, the Right has promoted educational vouchers as an alternative to public schools. This has always been a delusion. The schools that take vouchers become the province more…

Y2K and eternal optimism don't mix

by Jon Dougherty -- For those people who still think Y2K believers are far out kooks who have been watching too much prime time television, here's a little bit of news for more…

Pillory Hillary: The HRC finesse

by Geoff Metcalf -- I have been saying for months that I do not think Hillary R. Clinton will in fact enter the U.S. Senate race in New York. I still think more…

Gotham gets a Y2K sneak preview

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By David Franke © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com In the middle of a record heat wave, electric power was lost in a relatively small part of New York City -- more…

Independence Day, every day

by Alan Keyes -- No doubt because of the uproar that would have resulted from losing a day of vacation, this year's Fourth of July celebration was moved to July 5. One more…

Right and wrong, part 2

by Joseph Farah -- America is getting a wake-up call about its kids, the Washington Post reported yesterday. It's not drugs, this time. It's not guns. It's oral sex. Kids today are more…

How the Serbs outfoxed NATO

by David Hackworth -- NATO claims its aircraft destroyed 120 Serb armored vehicles and tons of other military hardware during its recent Balkans bashing. But as reported in this space last week, more…

Where poverty persists

by Alan W. Bock -- President Clinton continued his building-a-legacy campaign this week with what Time magazine called his "tour of the poor,'' a quick swing by Mr. Feel-your-pain through the few stubborn more…