A frog's life

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- By now, virtually every public school student in the country has heard about the supposed environmental catastrophe of deformed frogs. Everywhere you look, it is said, there are more…

Internet privacy war

by Geoff Metcalf -- Last year I wrote a column you may want to re-read. I noted that "Privacy has become an anachronism. The privacy the founding fathers so cherished is now more…

The basis of civilization

by Joseph Farah -- In the aftermath of the massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., it was refreshing to hear at least a few commentators suggest it was time to more…

Chat with Chewbacca and Darth Vader

by Judy Lowe -- Hello, R2-D2. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 7-9, you can chat with some of the best-known "Stars Wars" actors from the first three films in the series. more…

Hitler is alive and well

by Stuart Goldman -- As I write this, there is a movie playing on HBO called "Falling Down." It's a story of an impotent man who -- after he decides he's "had more…

NATO's frightening power grab

by John N. Doggett -- Europe's politicians came to Washington, D.C. last weekend to commemorate NATO's fiftieth anniversary. While they ate steak, Serbian and Kosovar civilians were dodging bombs. In the midst of more…

Repeal war powers act

by David Limbaugh -- Wednesday's frenetic congressional session demonstrates the rampant confusion that reigns at the highest levels of government concerning U.S. foreign policy. By a vote of 249 to 180, Congress more…

Globalism's police force

by Alan Keyes -- Last weekend's NATO summit in Washington was a watershed in the long struggle to preserve our precious national sovereignty and our constitutional order. To begin with, in the more…