Totalitarian northern neighbor

by Walter Williams -- Washington Post staff writer Steven Pearlstein reveals some frightening things about our northern neighbor in his Dec. 12 article, "In Canada, Free Speech Has Its Restrictions." Andrea Wylie, more…

Wanted: Peace, good will and a wise leader

by David Hackworth -- Not much peace or good will is going down in many countries where our peacekeepers are deployed this Christmas season. Last week in Kosovo, a terrorist land mine more…

Ready for millennial celebration?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com Champagne getting hard to find? Not at wine.com For those who want the very best, Wine.com has a 1990 Dom Perignon Brut Champagne ready to more…

Hillary's lament

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- To be sung to the tune of "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" from "Evita." Don't cry for me New York Staters. I'm hounded by right-wing haters. They want more…

Spying for fun and profit

by Charles Smith -- Wang Xi, an 11th century scholar in the Sung Dynasty Hanlin, or Imperial Academy, wrote commentary on the "Use of Spies." According to Wang Xi, "Dead spies are more…

For Republicans, too little too late

by Larry Klayman -- When Judicial Watch uncovered John Huang and sought to depose him during the fall of 1996, his flight from the U.S. marshals -- who sought to serve him more…

The beauty of independence

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, it has been observed. And many would agree. But what about integrity? Or principle? Aren't those qualities that are supposed more…

Y2K predictions

by Joseph Farah -- Here we are just days away from the rollover to the year 2000, and it's still anybody's guess as to the effects of the computer bug. Most government more…

Interior Department is waste of money, resources

by Jon Dougherty -- In 1789, Congress created three separate executive departments tasked with handling foreign affairs, printing money and national defense. You could make a case that the size of the more…