Friendly advice to
peaceful Muslims

by Hal Lindsey -- There is a fast closing window of opportunity for the large majority of "peaceful Muslims" living in the United States and the United Kingdom. It is long past more…

The priesthood of the press?

by Hal Lindsey -- Yesterday, New York Times reporter Judith Miller stood before a federal judge and defied his order to testify before a grand jury. According to the Reuters version of more…

'Iraq not part of war on terror'?

by Hal Lindsey -- President Bush appealed to the nation to stay the course in Iraq on Tuesday in a nationally televised speech that was nationally televised only when the Big Three more…

Treason by any other name

by Hal Lindsey -- During the entire course of World War II, only 12 Americans were indicted for treason. All but five were broadcasters charged with aiding the enemy by broadcasting anti-American more…

Appeasement's fatal attraction

by Hal Lindsey -- Last week, I reported President Bush's shocking change in attitude toward Israel. This week, I want to show you why this should be of great concern to Americans. more…

The Israeli 'threat'

by Hal Lindsey -- Most of the world views Israel as the single greatest threat to world peace on the planet. In Europe, eight out of 10 Europeans named Israel the top more…

Bush's 3 little words, 1 big betrayal

by Hal Lindsey -- The Israelis are reeling from the body blow delivered them by President Bush following his meeting with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas. In one pronouncement, Bush totally scuttled all more…

What happens to the Beast now?

by Hal Lindsey -- Europe's leading politicians are bracing themselves for what could be a catastrophic rejection of the European Union's proposed constitution when the French hold their constitutional referendum on June more…

Newsweek lied, people died!

by Hal Lindsey -- Last week, Newsweek published a story claiming U.S. interrogators were desecrating the Quran by tearing it up and flushing it down the toilet. Predictably, the story sparked protests more…

The perils of forgetting

by Hal Lindsey -- During the 50-year Cold War, all sides considered the use of thermonuclear weapons unthinkable. We know that some of the creators of the Soviet thermonuclear arsenal went into more…