The panderer-in-chief

by Joseph Farah -- Half-watching the State of the Union address, I was suddenly struck with two starkly contrasting images illustrating just how low America has fallen. The first image was the more…

Black Jews and the Ark

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: In this fourth part of a series, "The Searchers," Corbett looks at the connection between the Black Jews of Ethiopia, known as the Falashas, and the more…

Work: Curse of the living class, Part I

by -NO AUTHOR- -- So there I was, sitting in the Hog Trough Grill and Feed, half a block north of the Hardyville stoplight, sipping a cappuccino and reading e-mail on my more…

The only appropriate censure

by -NO AUTHOR- -- With sacred oaths taken and basic organizational structure in place, the Senate has now begun its constitutionally mandated trial of President Bill Clinton under the two Articles of more…

Why Nixon's ghost haunts Democrats

by David Limbaugh -- In a brilliant op-ed yesterday in the Wall Street Journal, John H. Taylor, executive director of the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace Foundation, systematically shatters the liberal shibboleths more…

Who will defend our rights?

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Patrick Henry threw down the gauntlet when he shouted, "Give me liberty or give me death." Although his fiery rhetoric was meant to challenge and inflame his colleagues more…

The great federal land rush

by Henry Lamb -- Suddenly, there is an all-out, visible effort to buy out America. Actually, there is nothing "sudden" about the buy-out; heretofore, however, it has not been widely publicized, nor more…

Teeve or not teevee

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- When I was a very little girl in the '50s, my father brought home our first TV -- a 10-inch black-and-white Dumont in a streamlined cabinet -- and more…

Why newspapers are dying

by Joseph Farah -- Some people read comic books for laughs. I read a newspaper trade journal called Editor & Publisher. It's a habit I picked up during my nearly 20 years more…

E-mail hotline to the Senate

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The history-making impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton comes at a time when the Internet and e-mail theoretically provide a unique opportunity for virtually all citizens to voice more…