An open appeal to Sen. Lieberman

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In my view, Sen. Joseph Lieberman should call on President Clinton to resign. In World War II, at the age of 17 -- with some 30 members of more…

What goes around comes around

by Jane Chastain -- The beginning of the end of the speakership of Newt Gingrich was not the 1998 congressional election as many believe. It was earlier, much earlier. On Jan. 9, more…

Rediscovering our revolutionary roots

by Geoff Metcalf -- I recently returned from our annual pilgrimage to New England for the holidays. It involved the usual family maintenance and holiday celebrating. My parents live in Rhode Island. more…

Danny Boy and child support

by Joseph Farah -- What's the definition of irony? On the last day of 1998, while 13-year-old Danny Williams was awaiting the results of a DNA test he and his prostitute mother more…

Save me from my friends

by David Limbaugh -- I have always dismissed as too cynical the view that the Washington environment will eventually erode the honor and convictions of many congressmen. But it may be time more…

Lead us not into temptation, Oprah

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "Millions of spiritual creatures walk the earth unseen, both when we wake, and when we sleep." --- John Milton, Paradise Lost, A.D. 1667. With witchcraft sweeping the world, more…

The politics of personal destruction

by Sarah J. McCarthy -- "Here was a president who, in order to protect himself, had put out the story that his former lover, less than half his age, was a 'stalker,'" writes more…

Put the thugs on trial

by Alan Keyes -- Last week a federal judge denied the Clinton administration's request to end the probe of Democratic Party fundraising by Larry Klayman's Judicial Watch. He ordered further testimony from more…

Go to a world that is dying

by Craige McMillan -- It is part of the human condition that truth is often at odds with its larger counterpart, Truth. The great writers, poets, painters and other artists have always more…

The envelope, please

by Stuart Goldman -- Yes, folks, it's time to indulge in that most tiresome of traditions -- the Year End Awards. Typically this repugnant ritual is simply another way for lazy columnists more…