Saddam the novelist

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Saddam Hussein has been called many things in his lifetime, but nobody ever called him a novelist or film producer – until now. Laboring behind his keyboard unbeknownst more…

Spielberg's friend
on Downing Street

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- NEW YORK – Acclaimed director Steven Spielberg is thoroughly intertwined with Prime Minister Tony Blair's British government and uses his position to gain favors that benefit his projects, more…

The Pathmark Tribe

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- I have seen much evil in the world in my travels. Female puppies thrown in the trash in Thailand. Kittens poisoned in Cyprus. Elephants being fed speed in more…

Beijing hunts for the 'evil ones'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's note: WorldNetDaily international correspondent Anthony C. LoBaido has been updating readers on China through his semi-regular report "China Watch." In this installment, LoBaido analyzes the plethora of more…

Sudan: Blood spills as oil flows

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- The increasing involvement of foreign oil giants in Sudan's ongoing civil war has, according to analysts, increased the power of the Islamic government and, in turn, worsened the more…

Learning the lessons of life and love

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Love has been called the greatest of all things – an awesome power created a universe from nothing and hung it on nothing. Thanks to the roll of more…

Be a man, Bill!

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- NEW YORK – Bill Clinton is back in the news. Some Democrats in New York want him to run for mayor. Others believe he may become the U.N. more…

Onward Christian soldiers

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor’s note: WorldNetDaily.com international correspondent Anthony C. LoBaido traveled to Cyprus, Turkey, Iraq and Kurdistan last year, researching stories on the Crusaders, Knights Templar, Noah’s Ark and the more…

Al Sharpton discovers the Sudan

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- NEW YORK -- What do Saddam Hussein, Al Sharpton, oil and Coca Cola have in common? They’re all heavily involved in the ongoing genocidal killing fields of Sudan, more…

Terror beneath the soil

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's note: WorldNetDaily.com international correspondent Anthony C. LoBaido has traveled to some of the world's most land mine-infested areas. Based on his first-hand exploration of places like Laos, more…