Table of Contents

Cover Story

Rebuilding the House?

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Early on Nov. 8, long after one presidential candidate has gone to bed a winner, Dennis Hastert and Richard Gephardt may still be wondering which of them will…

In this issue: "The 2000 vote," Nov. 4, 2000


Left behind

By Chris Stamper

National | shuts down, broadcasters fight the FCC over digital TV, and other tech news

Make up my mind for me

By Bob Jones

National | Risk-averse legislatures increasingly are leaving controversial issues to a vote of the people. At the state level next week, citizens will make policy on…

Managing to hang on

By Bob Jones

National | House impeachment "managers" who took on Clinton are surviving the campaign to oust them at the ballot box

Photo finish?

By Bob Jones

National | Money is important in the presidential contest-but in a race down to the wire, campaign operatives are counting waking hours rather than dollars and cents



By The Editors

The federal government posted a record surplus for the budget year that ended in September, collecting $237 billion more from taxpayers than it needed to pay…

No Comment Zone

By The Editors

PBS, which prides itself on carrying high-minded programming, is now jumping on the reality TV bandwagon. It grabbed a show called American High that…

The Buzz

By The Editors

Violence continues in Israel as Palestinian leaders shun negotiations Middle East street brawl At a Madrid peace summit in 1991, then-Israeli Prime Minister…


Video Rentals

By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 videos in popularity as measured by rental receipts for the week ended Oct. 15

Looking for a few good ninjas

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Will the New Age movement overtake the Marine Corps?


Joined at the nose

By Joel Belz

The Clinton tradition is now a Gore habit as well

Against the grain

By Marvin Olasky

Bush-Gore is important, but so is Mitch-Diane-Nicole

Single-issue politics

By John Piper

Forget a candidate's qualifications: Does anything disqualify him?


Given a chance I was dismayed to read about the deaths of babies who were delivered prematurely as an abortion technique at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Ill.

Issue Cover