Table of Contents

Cover Story

Keep the change?

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Is that the taxpayers message? Seems to be. Judging by the two major party presidential candidates' tax proposals (or lack thereof), Al Gore hopes overtaxed…

In this issue: "Money to burn," April 15, 2000

Features

Jilted suitors

By Andrée Seu

National | Used up, they are dragged into the political abyss

Kooped out

By Chris Stamper

National | Former surgeon general's dot-com is running out of money; government is trying to save you from losing your money; and is your hyperlink worth money?

Why not self-control?

By Cal Thomas

National | Gun laws will hurt the law-abiding but do little to restrain lawbreakers

The press and the shipwrecked boy

By Mindy Belz

National | With a court decision, a Justice Department ultimatum, and a Castro delegation all to come, at least the "fourth branch" has issued its verdict in the Elián…

Dispatches

Quotables

SCNDL Daron Malmborg's choice of a Salt Lake 2002 Olympics vanity license plate. For 11 months, Mr. Malmborg tooled around his hometown of Riverton, Utah,

The Buzz

By The Editors

Federal Court rules that Microsoft violated antitrust law Will judge break Windows? Guilty! Microsoft joined Standard Oil and AT&T in the ranks of…

Reviews

Salvation by transgression

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Oscar post-mortem shows the cultural left is getting more aggressive

Video Rentals

By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 videos in popularity as measured by rental receipts for the week ended March 26

Voices

Mailbag

Water of death In "The new killing fields" (March 18), a Cambodian woman expressed the cultural tolerance for unfaithful husbands by commenting that she could…

My sidewalk survey

By Joel Belz

Good news: I lost only $2; bad news: America is losing much more

Human gods

By Marvin Olasky

Looking for sacred dances within political campaigns

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