In waging his contest of the 2000 presidential election, Al Gore's mantra is Make Every Vote Count (except the votes of servicemen). But Gore's pious platitude should be subject to qualifications. We want to count only one vote per person. … [Read more...] about Making Every Vote Count
The collapse of the global warming treaty negotiations in The Hague last week illustrates the folly of the Clinton-Gore globalists who want to give a consortium of foreigners the power to regulate the American standard of living. The conference ended … [Read more...] about Kyoto Collapses In The Hague
Senator Hillary Clinton's first legislative proposal since her election was to call for the abolition of the Electoral College. It's no surprise that she will use her new celebrity status to advance a series of bad ideas, but this is one of … [Read more...] about Don’t Knock The Electoral College
Are big media trying to steal the presidency and put Al Gore in the White House? The 2000 election confirms the widespread public perception that the media are advocates, not reporters. Major media spent the weekend telephoning Republican electors … [Read more...] about Is The November Surprise In The Ballot Box?
Is your schoolchild watching too much television? Eating too many junk foods and drinks instead of what's healthy? Nagging you to buy expensive sneakers? Too easily swayed by advertising? If so, why are the schools encouraging all those … [Read more...] about Commercialism Is Rampant In The Schools
That great national authority on health care and on children, Hillary Rodham Clinton, owes it to her public to give her opinion on two current controversies in New York State. Does she support government-mandated medical treatment of children over … [Read more...] about Is Hillary Really ‘For The Children’?
Few changes in our society have done as much to liberate women from the drudgery of “women's work” as the washing machine. American ingenuity and the private enterprise system combined to provide us with a wide variety of models of … [Read more...] about Tell Big Brother To Get Out Of Our Washing Machines
Jim Lehrer put the ultimate foreign policy question on the table during the second presidential debate when he ran through the list of eight military actions taken by the last three Presidents and asked the candidates to give a thumbs up or thumbs … [Read more...] about Yugoslavia Is Not Like Grenada
It's hard to find an issue on which government officials are more out of touch with the American people than the matter of medical privacy, also known as electronic profiling. A new Gallup survey shows that the overwhelming majority of Americans … [Read more...] about Americans Demand Medical Privacy
Denmark's dramatic decision to ditch the euro holds an important lesson for both Europeans and Americans: the march toward the global economy is fundamentally anti-democratic. The gulf between the euro advocates and the euroskeptics is now being … [Read more...] about Lessons Of The Euro