Happy 150th birthday

by Bill Steigerwald -- Not many magazines get happy birthday wishes from the president. But then, there aren't too many periodicals still running around America that can say they are 150 years more…

On a quieter Christianity

by Stuart Goldman -- I know this is probably gonna make a lot of you guys mad, but I need to say something that's been on my mind. In fact, if you more…

Mourning 'Free Lebanon'

by Joseph Farah -- Israeli troops scurried out of southern Lebanon under cover of darkness in a scene reminiscent of the disgraceful U.S. withdrawal from Saigon. With the pullout, Israel consigned to more…

Clinton, cash, China, Microsoft

by John N. Doggett -- Bill Clinton says that convincing Congress to ignore the human rights abuses of the communist Chinese will be the most important accomplishment of his last year in office. more…

America: Europe's center of gravity

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Cold War involvement of the United States in Europe and Asia appeared to some Americans as a series of those "foreign entanglements," which Thomas Jefferson had advised more…

How a state collapses

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- "Who are you?" a prisoner of the Khiam jail in South Lebanon asked the stranger who was unlocking his cell. "What has happened? Where are the guards?" Not more…

A genuine threat of war?

by J.R. Nyquist -- To understand the present, we must understand the past. By studying what happened before the outbreak of previous wars, we learn to know the moves that will precede more…

Hillary's numbers going south?

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Mayor/candidate Rudy Giuliani has had a very tough spring training, and unfortunately, he struck out. The first strike was his high profile involvement in the Patrick Dorismond case, more…

Skinner's rats escaping the cage

by Craige McMillan -- "If the laboratory rat could be taught to press a lever by rewarding him with pellets of pressed barley, then psychologists could teach man to save his soul more…

The dotcom media revolution

by Joseph Farah -- A new poll conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates for ScreamingMedia shows Internet users are developing more confidence and trust in the New Media. This is bad news more…