Making a List, Checking it Twice

by Craige McMillan -- Recent disclosures reported on WorldNetDaily (Monday, July 20, 1998) acknowledge that Linda Tripp's FBI files were among those passed to the Clinton White House shortly after Louis Freeh more…

Can EO 13083 be killed?

by Joseph Farah -- A couple weeks ago, I wouldn't have bet a plug nickel the freedom-loving Americans would rally to stop implementation of President Clinton's hideous Executive Order 13083. Nobody in more…

Peter Arnett: American true and blue?

by David Hackworth -- CNN still stands, but the hallways of its Atlanta headquarters run deep with blood and network staffers around the world ain't happy. Three CNN producers who concocted the more…

What happened to Newt?

by Joseph Farah -- In May, House Speaker Newt Gingrich announced the creation of a Watergate-style special committee to investigate charges that President Clinton placed America's security in jeopardy in return for more…

FDA vs. the People

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On July 16, 1998, the FDA cleared thalidomide for marketing as a treatment for inflammatory leprosy. (See the FDA Talk Paper online.) Thalidomide was shown to cause severe more…

Ron Brown files sealed

by Charles Smith -- The Clinton administration claims they have nothing to hide. Yet, the White House is resisting the release of documents hidden inside the files of the late Ron Brown. more…

Training China's Red Berets

by Joseph Farah -- The trouble with nailing President Clinton on anything is that as soon as you start closing in on him for one example of high treason or criminal insanity, more…

Clinton's tragic flaw

by Geoff Metcalf -- Why have s.o.b.'s (supporters of Bill) fought so very hard to preclude the Secret Service from testifying? A baker's dozen of judges from Chief U.S. District Judge Norma more…

Clinton and the Y2K bug

by Joseph Farah -- In June, House Speaker Newt Gingrich criticized the White House for dropping the ball on the Y2K millennium bug issue, saying that the administration is presiding over "a more…

What ever happened to national allegiance?

by Alan Keyes -- Human Events Magazine has reported that the top 100 American corporations were nearly unanimous in rejecting the suggestion, made by Ralph Nader, that they "establish a regular practice, more…