Two more uses for a dead cat

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Rumor whispers that, somewhere past the last boarded-up shop in the mid-nowhere town of Hardyville, past the last dry lawn, out in the sagebrush, there is -- of more…

Derailing the Kevorkian death-train

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Though my brother Marty was dying for a long time, in painful and unpleasant circumstances, he never enlisted the services of Jack Kevorkian, and I was proud of more…

Business as usual

by Joseph Farah -- "Space race goes to sea," blared the curious headline on CNN's online story last week. The Associated Press referred, as well, to "the commercial space race" heading to more…

It's also foreign policy, stupid

by David Limbaugh -- Everyone has weighed in on whether the United States should have led NATO in the military operation against Serbia and its autonomy-seeking province of Kosovo. Since we are more…

Church flakes I have known

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Flake: noun, slang, 1. An eccentric person; an oddball. 2. A wacky or dizzy person, i.e., the wacky professor. 3. A nut; someone who is spinny, dizzy, strange. more…

Bring the troops home now

by Joseph Farah -- "For if the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle?" I Corinthians 14:8 KJV Compare and contrast: Bill Clinton refused to serve in more…

Math really is scary ... here's why

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Most of us encounter mathematics only as a school subject, and most of us, thanks to uninspired teaching, find it the most numbingly dry of all school subjects more…

Not another dime for the UN

by Henry Lamb -- The "bipartisan" bug has bitten Republicans Christopher Shays and Jim Leach, who joined Democrats Nita Lowey and Eliot Engel in introducing the United Nations Arrears Payment Act. The more…

The art of espionage

by Charles Smith -- People's Republic of China Premier Zhu Rongji and President Bill Clinton are scheduled to meet in the White House on April 8, 1999. There is a reason for more…

Kosovo and the New World Order

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- There is something surreal about the entire Kosovo affair. For the first time since World War II, a European capital has been bombed by other European nations in more…