Maryland's governor the 'stupidest'?

by Les Kinsolving -- My Sept. 13 column for WorldNetDaily, headlined "AMERICA'S MOST STUPID GOVERNOR" (Parris Glendening of Maryland) has evoked a number of protests which deserve to be heard: From Dirk: more…

America's most stupid governor

by Les Kinsolving -- Robert Raymond Fustero, of Silver Spring, Md., is a retired clerk for Giant supermarket. He has never before run for public office. But he decided it would be more…

Rotarians host 'anti-Catholic' lawmaker

by Les Kinsolving -- A suburban Omaha, Neb., Rotary club is in hot water for hosting as its guest speaker Nebraska state Sen. Ernie Chambers, a black Democrat the Catholic League for more…

Is the New York Times undependable?

by Les Kinsolving -- On Aug. 17, page 1 of the New York Times included the following written by Elizabeth Bumiller: President Bush said today that he was listening carefully to a more…

Fleischer speaks on arming pilots

by Les Kinsolving -- Editor's note: Each week, WorldNetDaily White House correspondent Les Kinsolving asks the tough questions no one else will ask. And each week, WorldNetDaily brings you the transcripts of more…

Democratic political guru in sex extortion

by Les Kinsolving -- Bob Beckel, of Bethesda, Md., has been a regular contributor to CBS "This Morning" and was a former host of CNN's "Crossfire Sunday." He also managed Vice President more…

The USS Liberty incident

by Les Kinsolving -- President Truman's almost instant recognition of the newly proclaimed state of Israel in 1948, followed by so many billions of dollars in U.S. aid, is evidence that the more…

On covering the White House

by Les Kinsolving -- The bulk of the White House press office is at the president's ranch at Crawford, Texas until Labor Day. I am now undergoing Ari Fleischer withdrawal symptoms. I more…

American University's brownshirt tactics

by Les Kinsolving -- WASHINGTON – When former second lady (and almost U.S. Senate candidate) Tipper Gore lectured at American University – for a reported $31,000 fee – this lecture, in April, more…