Socialism's Trojan horse

by J.R. Nyquist -- More than 20 years ago, when I was a freshman in college, I met some people who were involved in something called "The Alliance for Survival." They were more…

Goodbye tax cuts; hello spending

by Jane Chastain -- Say goodbye to the 1 percent across-the-board tax cut. Goodbye to the elimination of the marriage penalty. Goodbye to the end of estate taxes and the alternate minimum. more…

Waco investigation won't be easy

by Alan W. Bock -- Considering the political constraints involved -- any new Waco investigator would have to be well known and acceptable to Beltway denizens of both major parties -- former Missouri more…

Has the Net changed your life?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Personally, my life has changed dramatically. My wife, a schoolteacher, realizes the Internet has already changed her life a great deal. It created change at an amazing rate more…

Why I can't vote for Bush

by Joseph Farah -- America needs a radical change of direction. I feel certain the leading candidate for president of the United States is incapable of providing the leadership necessary to achieve more…

Education meltdown

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- National Public Radio can't stop talking about its new poll on education, which purports to discover two points. First, while people are happy with their own schools, they more…

Waco: Don't stop with Reno

by Jon Dougherty -- What has prompted Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, R-Miss., to shout for Attorney General Janet Reno's resignation over her handling of Waco now, instead of six years ago, more…

Porno, part of a well-rounded education

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Sex Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) is the self-appointed sex research foundation for America's teachers. In 1999 it is up yet again for more…

Rough draft of a bad idea

by Joel Miller -- "What goes around comes around." This is the maxim most frequently employed to explain why kids today dress just as stupidly as their parents or grandparents once did. more…

Cauliflower Alley

by Stuart Goldman -- Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! The sounding of the bell indicates that the meeting is about to come to order. To the casual observer, the scene might not look more…