Coitus interruptus

by Stuart Goldman -- I want to talk today about a subject that is near and dear to the hearts of my fellow Americans ... well, at least those who remain obsessed more…

Clarence Thomas was right

by John N. Doggett -- In 1991 liberals tried to destroy Clarence Thomas because they did not want a "black conservative" U. S. Supreme Court justice. When they couldn't defeat him on the more…

Blastoff to a New World Order

by Joseph Farah -- The U.S. Justice Department this week gave the Boeing Co. the green light to proceed with its ill-conceived Sea Launch project -- a multinational effort to blast satellites more…

The founders understood impeachment

by Alan Keyes -- Among the marks of statesmanship is the ability to recognize the moment for action -- when the time for deliberation and discussion is past, and the time for more…

Surplus for whom?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Washington is celebrating what Clinton calls "a new era of balanced budgets and surpluses." The fiscal year ended with $70 billion in taxpayers' money left over, a sum more…

Resolved ... We will not be irrelevant

by Craige McMillan -- The weekend the Starr report was released, I was a guest in a Portland, Oregon, church. The nation was in turmoil. Spin-doctors had hit the airwaves like pollen more…

Monica feared for her life

by Joseph Farah -- While the Monica Lewinsky scandal is obscuring far greater crimes of the Clinton administration, there are many elements of this affair that serve to raise the deeper questions more…

Our soldiers don't trust Bill

by David Hackworth -- Within our Armed Forces, Bill Clinton is as popular as a 25-mile hike in a snowstorm, a visit to the medics to retake all shots or a tour more…

Revisionist history on Tiananmen

by Joseph Farah -- The butchers of Beijing have long maintained that no one was killed in Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989. Now they're getting support for their grotesquely Clintonesque position more…