America under siege

by Joseph Farah -- I will be 45 later this year, and not in my lifetime have I witnessed as many urban and rural military exercises taking place within the borders of more…

At last, a commitment for missile defense

by Jane Chastain -- In the wake of the China scandal, the American people finally got the message that the United States is defenseless against the greatest physical threat we face -- more…

Words have meaning ...

by Geoff Metcalf -- One of my long-term pet peeves has been, and remains, elected officials who swear an oath "to preserve and protect the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic more…

Why Johnny can't disobey

by Sarah J. McCarthy -- Speaking at the Harvard Law School Forum in February on "Winning the Culture War," Charlton Heston delivered a vital lesson on the role of disobedience in American culture: more…

The key to Republican victory

by Alan Keyes -- Spring is in the air, and with the cycle of seasons comes again the sight of the Republicans in Congress girding their loins for battle with the Democrats more…

The 'something' undermining our nation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Charlton Heston recently said, in a speech at Harvard, that "Americans know something, without a name is undermining this nation, turning the mind mushy when it comes to more…

Ending Olympics hypocrisy

by Alan W. Bock -- Perhaps we should blame Peter Ueberroth. By treating the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics more as one might treat a business venture than a social cause, he demonstrated that more…

Y2K and the Banks

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The Y2K computer bug isn't like a natural disaster or mass disease. It is a technical problem with a technical fix that can be overcome with work and more…

Dispatches from the troops in Saudi

by David Hackworth -- As Bill Clinton fumbles into another open ended, no-exit war in Kosovo, here's what our troops at Saudi Arabia's Prince Sultan Air Base, who daily risk their lives more…

Clinton's IRS Gestapo

by Joseph Farah -- There is no federal agency more feared by the American people than the IRS. And with good reason. The power to tax is the power to destroy. More more…