Can a judge constitutionally order a controversial drug to be given to a child over the opposition of his parents? Such action by a Family Court Judge in Albany, NY has touched off a national debate pitting public schools and the courts against … [Read more...] about Can Courts Order Kids To Take Drugs?
United Nations Plans for America's Future At the 55th annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City on September 5-9, 2000, called the Millennium Assembly and Summit, far-reaching plans are underway to turn the … [Read more...] about United Nations Plans for America’s Future — September 2000
The U.S. Constitution requires Congress to make an "actual enumeration" of the American people every ten years, and for two centuries the exercise of this power has caused little controversy. This year's census taking, however, is seen by many as a … [Read more...] about What’s Different About Census 2000?
Are We Becoming a Society of Snoops? Concerns have faded about a Y2K breakdown of government computers, but Americans should be worried about how computer efficiency gives the federal government extraordinary powers to monitor the daily … [Read more...] about Are We Becoming a Society of Snoops? — February 2000
In the televised presidential debates, Alan Keyes keeps reminding us that moral and cultural issues are paramount, and he challenges the media and his opponents to address them. While most would concede that Columbine and other recent unhappy events … [Read more...] about For Starters, the Government Should Do No Harm
As concerns fade about a Y2K breakdown of government computers, Americans should be increasingly worried about how computer efficiency gives the federal government extraordinary powers to monitor the daily activities of law-abiding Americans. Unknown … [Read more...] about Are We Becoming A Society Of Snoops?
Moving to the 'Bipartisan Center' President Clinton's National Security Adviser Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger was driven in a bullet-proof White House limousine on November 4 to address the members of the Bilderberg Steering Committee who were … [Read more...] about Moving to the ‘Bipartisan Center’ — December 1999
No, We Can't Trust the Government to tell us the truth, to be honest about research behind rules and recommendations, to mandate vaccines that are safe and necessary, to have our health records on a government database, to send government … [Read more...] about No, We Can’t Trust the Government — September 1999
Power Grab Through Executive Orders Not only does President Clinton not feel any shame about his impeachment (as he told Dan Rather), Clinton now feels stronger than ever, able to override the U.S. Constitution and ignore Congress. He has … [Read more...] about Power Grab Through Executive Orders — May 1999
Clinton's Post-Impeachment Push for Power How Clinton Is Using Kosovo Bill Clinton is riding high since his "not guilty" verdict and, unfortunately, the Republican Congress is letting him get away with his foreign and domestic grabs for … [Read more...] about Clinton’s Post-Impeachment Push for Power — March 1999