Terrorists win – America loses

by Hal Lindsey -- The U.S. government took a body blow when one of its most sensitive war-fighting programs turned up on the front page of the New York Times. It wasn't more…

The Quisling Effect

by Hal Lindsey -- In April, 1940, Norwegian politician Vidkun J. Quisling became the first politician in history to use the radio airwaves to announce a coup d'etat, declaring the formation of more…

A .357 Smith & Wesson goes berserk

by Hal Lindsey -- This just in: ''An Ohio gun went berserk in a crowded shopping mall, shooting six people before reloading and firing three more shots at fleeing shoppers. The shooting more…

Who needs a smoking gun?

by Hal Lindsey -- By now, everybody and their grandmother has heard about the "secret CIA prisons" being operated by the U.S. government in "dozens" of countries in violation of all kinds more…

'Stamp on their livers!'

by Hal Lindsey -- A 40-minute videotape released last week by an al-Qaida leader living in France exhorted French Muslims to rise up and punish France for what Anas al Liby calls more…

Bipartisanship of the worst kind

by Hal Lindsey -- One of the most cherished historical foundations of the United States of America is the constitutional principle of the "rule of law." The rule of law is the more…

The future belongs to Islam

by Hal Lindsey -- It seems that there is virtually no way to avoid a military confrontation with Iran's mad clerics, barring some kind of unforeseen miracle – like a student revolt more…

Preparing the Fifth Columns

by Hal Lindsey -- "No blood for oil!" cried Saddam's Useful Idiot Brigade. Now they cry, "Rising oil prices are Bush's fault." Sigh. As long as the focus revolves around it being more…

Iran's 'hazy' nuclear intentions

by Hal Lindsey -- According to recently published intelligence leaks, Israel will play the same role in any potential strike against Iran that it played during the first Gulf War – that more…

'After two days, He will revive us'

by Hal Lindsey -- For some of my readers, this commentary may seem strange. But weigh carefully what is reported before forming an opinion. In the 1650s, an Anglican bishop named James more…