NPR Weimariner

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Congress will soon debate whether to continue to provide federal grants for "Arts and Humanities." As a longtime supporter of liberal arts in particular, I will urge my more…

New Liars For Old: Stepashin and Primakov

by J.R. Nyquist -- In the midst of NATO's bombing in the Balkans, President Boris Yeltsin has dismissed his prime minister. This move could lead to the dissolution of the Russian Parliament more…

Auditing the messenger

by Joseph Farah -- Here's a pop quiz: Which news agency first exposed the following government scandals-in-the-making? The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s "Know Your Customer" plan, which would have forced banks to more…

Is it time to leave the U.N.?

by Henry Lamb -- Congressman Ron Paul, R-Texas, says yes, and has introduced legislation (HR1146) to get the job done. The majority of Congress, the administration, and many, if not most of more…

A letter from Hillary

by Joel Miller -- I just got a letter from the first lady. Of course, so did everyone else on whichever Democratic National Committee mailing list my name is scribbled. So why more…

Money over security

by Jon Dougherty -- As we all struggle to figure out why the U.S. really bombed the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, Yugoslavia -- due to conspiracy, incompetence, poor weaponry or "outdated maps" more…

How to stop being a geek

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Even in what's been called the age of the geek -- with URLs everywhere, computer-related material occupying growing proportions of our magazine space and TV time, and websites more…

The mother of all conspiracies

by Jon Dougherty -- As the drip of information about Chinese theft of U.S. nuclear secrets lowly became a crescendo and threatened to turn into a landslide, the anticipation of full disclosure more…