Chinagate: what now?

by Jane Chastain -- We now know that the Chinese have acquired the military technology it took this country a half-century to develop. In short, China has stolen classified information about every more…

Treachery in our midst?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is a response by Operation Rescue founder Randall Terry to "Blinded by Might," the new book by Cal Thomas and Ed Dobson. The authors more…

All gave some -- some gave all

by Geoff Metcalf -- Today is Memorial Day. A legal holiday observed annually on the last Monday in May in most of the United States, in honor of the nation's armed services more…

Who we should remember, and why

by J.R. Nyquist -- The time was July 31, 1943. The place was New Georgia in the Solomon Islands. The United States was at war with Japan. The platoon of Private Rodger more…

Memorial day on the Web

by Judy Lowe -- Arlington National Cemetery. Memorial Day seems a fitting time to pay a virtual visit to what's been called "America's most hallowed ground." The Arlington National Cemetery Website has more…

Memorial Day ironies

by Jon Dougherty -- A few days ago a select few U.S. congressman threatened to take President Clinton to federal court to force him to comply with the 1973 War Powers Act. more…

Lemming nation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I don't know what it is about this country, but every few years we seem to get absolutely hysterical over things that in retrospect turn out to be more…

Saving flags, burning rights

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Congress is launching a new campaign to save America from burnt flags. Both the House and Senate Judiciary Committees are charging forward with a constitutional amendment to allow more…

Our voiceless veterans

by David Hackworth -- While bombs rain down on Yugoslavia, and politicians around the globe argue about expanding or ending that terrible conflict, America again honors its dead and living veterans from more…

The fantasyland tribunal

by Alan W. Bock -- Call me a cockeyed optimist if you will, but it's just remotely possible that something decent will come of the decision by the vaunted International Criminal Tribunal for more…