News flash: The jihadis aren't going away

by Hal Lindsey -- One of the popular topics of confrontation among this year's crop of presidential hopefuls is what to "do" about the war in Iraq, as if "war" was merely more…

Hillary for president!

by Hal Lindsey -- The mudslinging going on between the two main contenders for the Democrats' nominee for the White House has shed so much blood already that many top Democrats are more…

Dr. Frankenstein lives!

by Hal Lindsey -- It was only last week that I read what first appeared to be the kind of headline you see when walking out a supermarket checkout, like "Man Has more…

'I will bless them that bless thee'

by Hal Lindsey -- There is a legendary story concerning an agitated Frederick the Great who, in frustration, demanded from his cabinet that somebody provide him with proof of the existence of more…

The children schooled by Arafat

by Hal Lindsey -- President Bush made the first trip of his presidency to the Holy Land this week to, as he put it, push for a peace treaty and an independent more…

The stench of betrayal

by Hal Lindsey -- A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a column for WorldNetDaily questioning both the content and the timing of the National Intelligence Estimate that concluded "with high confidence" more…

Why Israel is allowing new terrorist state

by Hal Lindsey -- One of the most perplexing aspects of the current Middle East peace process is the push to create an independent Palestinian state before the current administration's term ends more…

Have we struck a deal with the devil?

by Hal Lindsey -- The partisan furor erupting over the selective release of two pages from this year's National Intelligence Estimate report aside, it raises a lot more questions than it answers. more…

Shades of Munich at Annapolis

by Hal Lindsey -- The United States, Saudi Arabia, Syria and a dozen or so other mostly "Islamic interested parties" met this week in Annapolis, Md., to discuss the age-old "Final Solution more…

Blood for votes

by Hal Lindsey -- After months of waffling, the United States Congress finally passed a military spending bill. It's been sent to the White House for the president's signature, but he's not more…