Con song from joint chiefs' choir

by David Hackworth -- Hurry, hurry, read all about it. Our once mighty military machine is sputtering like a 1940 Ford that's trying to climb a steep hill while hitting on only more…

Credit card conspiracy?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Joe Klein of the Justice Department is at it again, striking out at successful businesses while claiming to be protecting the public. As the man behind the attack more…

One child, two mothers

by WND Staff -- Cloning technology is back in the headlines once again. October 9 brought reports from Washington Post and ABC News.com describe how researchers at New York University have used more…

Red star over America

by Charles Smith -- In 1989 China faced a military crisis. China was about to become an ex-superpower. In 1989, Major General Yang Huan, Chinese deputy commander of the second artillery (Strategic more…

Disarm the BATF

by Joseph Farah -- Another day, another debacle for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. This time, the scene is not Waco, Texas, or Ruby Ridge, Idaho, but Taft, California -- more…

An Apology to Paula

by Jane Chastain -- If Mr. Clinton has truly repented, as he told a group of religious leaders at a recent prayer breakfast, he will seize the moment and make a public more…

Today's real victims

by Geoff Metcalf -- Alexis de Tocqueville once observed, "Americans are so enamored of equality, they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom." Gee, was the man a mere more…

Hackworth's open letter to Clinton

by David Hackworth -- Copyright 1998, WorldNetDaily.com Col. David Hackworth, the most decorated U.S. soldier of the Vietnam War, has written a blistering open letter to President Clinton decrying the nation's military more…

Beam me up

by Joseph Farah -- Perhaps you noticed that Rep. Jim Traficant, D-OH, was not among the 31 dissenting Democrats favoring a wide-ranging impeachment inquiry. This was surprising, given the fact that Traficant more…

A memo to Barbara

by Stuart Goldman -- Lord, what is man, that Thou hast regard for him? Or the son of man, that Thou takest account of him? Man is like a breath, his days more…