Total corruption

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely seems to be the new law enforcement motto. From the highest law enforcement office down to the street cop corruption is more…

Identity, privacy and personal freedom

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The attack on privacy by Big Brother and his Little Brother corporations is more than mere theft. It's murder. It's the murder of individuality. Once-free people are becoming more…

What they say vs. what they mean

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt For months now we have been hearing from organizations that Y2K is all but solved. They are "making good progress," "90 percent compliant," more…

All necessary authority

by Craige McMillan -- In our journey through life, most of us find ourselves under one or more authorities. The policeman hands out traffic tickets to the hurried, employers dispense paychecks for more…

Thinking of homeschooling?

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- By now your kids have probably been in school for several weeks. And you're having second thoughts about putting them on the bus, agonizing over whether or not more…

Open season on Christians

by Joseph Farah -- I have waited awhile to write this column. I waited because I was sure that after the East Coast hurricanes died down, the media would once again focus more…

Behind the turmoil in Russia

by J.R. Nyquist -- According to a Moscow Times editorial, the Kremlin has destroyed evidence at explosion sites where nearly 300 Russians have been killed in recent terrorist bombings. In one instance, more…

The nanny state

by Walter Williams -- Worrying about bacteria, New Jersey banned restaurants from serving eggs sunny side up. The ban has since been lifted. Some New Jersey localities have a ban on people more…

Ocie's 'Land of the free...'

by Henry Lamb -- It was a fantastic day! Spanish moss swayed gently from giant oak trees, dancing to the steady drumbeat of waves lapping at the shore. A life-long dream -- more…

The Y2K 100-day countdown

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Starting today, best-selling author Michael S. Hyatt begins a daily Y2K commentary in WorldNetDaily. With only 100 days left before the new millennium, we thought it more…