C-Span co-opted?

by Geoff Metcalf -- Saturday last, a whole bunch of people were anxiously awaiting C-Span to broadcast the "Citizens Summit to End the Illegal Operations of the IRS." Hard to fit on more…

Pragmatic, compassionate conservatives

by John N. Doggett -- During the Reagan administration, liberals used the name of former Interior Secretary James Watt to drum up memberships for a whole host of environmental groups. Now, as this more…

Preaching the Declaration

by Alan Keyes -- Do Christians have a vocation in American politics? A frequent answer recently has been that they do not, because politics is not a means to salvation, and anyway more…

Thirty-day plan

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Ten years ago, when Eastern Europe broke free from socialism, very little thought had been given to the transition to liberty. The result was a mishmash of halfway more…

Stockpile over-the-counter medications

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Stop reading for a moment and go look into your medicine cabinet. I'll bet that you found at least 15 different kinds of over-the-counter medicines that you use more…

Your own Net radio station!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I predict that every radio station will be simulcast on the Internet. You might say "Gee, Bob, that's a no-brainer prediction." I would say you are correct. Let's more…

Missile terror II

by Inside the Ring -- Outrage is growing inside the Pentagon over the refusal of the Clinton administration and private peace groups to condemn ongoing Russian ballistic missile attacks against the Chechen capital more…

Time to dump the anti-trust laws

by Alan W. Bock -- The most important lesson to be drawn from District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's decision that Microsoft is an evil monopolist is that the anti-trust laws should be repealed. more…

Clinton star witness, for sale

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What is the price for selling out your country? For Panama Canal Administrator Alberto Aleman Zubieta, the answer is about $10 per Panamanian. He joins the ranks of more…

Stranger than fiction

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Not much happens in Ponder, a Texas farm town of 500 people. Not much, that is, until teacher Amanda Henry assigned her 7th-graders the task of writing a more…