The Fed as social worker

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The Fed has an opening on its board of governors, and apparently a social worker will fill it. Her name is Carol J. Parry of Chase Manhattan Bank, more…

Corruption of language

by Walter Williams -- Many of my youthful Saturday afternoons were spent at the theater watching Tarzan or Jungle Jim fighting in the swamps and jungles against the forces of evil. There more…

Lights out at Energy?

by Joseph Farah -- Not one kilowatt of energy is produced by government. It consumes plenty and it emits, as a byproduct, plenty of hot air and noxious fumes. Yet, nevertheless, despite more…

Global taxation near

by Henry Lamb -- Two primary targets are now in the cross hairs of the global tax-mongers: carbon and currency exchange. Carbon taxes are being designed to modify social behavior while the more…

The U.N.'s take on Y2K

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By David Franke © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com UNITED NATIONS -- Mickey Mouse reigns just outside Paris. McDonald's prepares soul food for the toiling masses in Moscow. And now popular more…

The paranoia industry: ready or not

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- There we were, three chicks with dyed black hair, getting ready for the end of the world. "I'm getting two knives," Polly says. "I'm getting a water purifier," more…

'Payback time' in Kosovo?

by Jon Dougherty -- "I want to see some action. It's payback time," said Sgt. Alexander Aguilastratt, 24, from Miami. "The thing that makes me really mad is that Serb units were more…

The New Left's feminine mystique

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "Mystique, a complex of quasi-mystical attitudes and feelings surrounding some person, institution, activity, etc." -- Webster's New World Dictionary One night in the late 1950s I went to more…

GOP must lead in foreign policy

by David Limbaugh -- One important lesson to be learned in the wake of the Serbian conflict is this: Since the Cold War ended, with a few brief exceptions, the United States more…

Save a dog ... buy a book -- any book:

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Racing greyhounds work only for the first two to five years of their lives. Once they stop winning, literally truckloads of greyhounds -- most of them healthy young more…