Everything has consequences

by John N. Doggett -- If you feared that Bill and his supporters would get away with murder when the Senate refused to remove him from office, don't you worry. In the real more…

The thoughtless Senator McCain

by Alan Keyes -- In an interview last Tuesday with Wolf Blitzer, Republican presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain of Arizona was asked this question: "Senator, could you pick a vice-presidential running mate more…

The bipartisan budget hoax

by Joseph Farah -- Next year, Americans will get to elect a new president and a new Congress. They'll get to choose between the tax-and-spend party and the spend-and-tax party. That's pretty more…

Conservatives' blind loyalty to GOP

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Recently, our friend, Paul Weyrich, expressed his disappointment with the course of public policy and popular opinion and conveyed a pessimistic perspective on the prospects for our cause more…

More Jane Does to come forward?

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- The American people are great supporters of the underdog. ... While Clinton was under impeachment and threat of being removed from office, they refused to get upset about more…

The future of the impeachment clause

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In the present congressional debates on the independent counsel law there are serious questions which are not being asked in public. What is now more at stake than more…

Natural born liars

by Craige McMillan -- Democrats love to use facts and figures to silence critics. They do this because it works. Often, the claims are complete fabrications. Two years ago, Conservative Consensus discussed more…

Kenneth Starr, Clinton's protector

by Joseph Farah -- Conventional "wisdom" suggests Bill Clinton's chief political nemesis has been Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. The hard truth is that Kenneth Starr has been Bill Clinton's political savior -- more…

It didn't start raining until Noah built the Ark

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Dear readers: Relationships between men and women had been the planned subject for today's HeartBeat column. However, the urgency of mankind's greatest disaster -- the Y2K problem -- more…