NAACP targets gun industry

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is filing a lawsuit today against the nation's gun industry in an effort to seek significant changes in the more…

The pornography tradeshow

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On August 6-9, 1998, a "World Pornography Conference" was held at Universal City, Calif., at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. In these terribly liberated times, especially in the state more…

ID, Hardyville style

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I was cleaning junk out of my wallet. And there -- amid phone numbers of people I don't remember, coupons that expired two years ago, and something vaguely more…

Will lights go out in India?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By David Franke © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com An internal State Department memo is surprisingly frank in its assessment of the Y2K problems faced by India, the world's second most more…

Keeping tabs on pro-life movement

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A tip-off by an anonymous informer to Judicial Watch has led the legal watchdog to believe that both the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice more…

I'd rather be surfing, that's why

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It's been hot. Really hot. The lethal East Coast heat wave may be technically "over" (although when 94 degrees is hailed as a great relief, I feel something more…

What recourse for tax protesters?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WASHINGTON -- What should you do when your government oppresses you with illegal laws, illegally confiscates your money and property, and refuses to even justify its actions to more…

Saudis worst of Christian persecutors

by -NO AUTHOR- -- SANTA ANA, Calif. -- Despite the fact that Filipino Christian prisoner Rene Camahort was released from a Saudi jail in May, the Islamic nation of Saudi Arabia still more…

Gotham gets a Y2K sneak preview

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By David Franke © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com In the middle of a record heat wave, electric power was lost in a relatively small part of New York City -- more…

Is Post Office rethinking new regs?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Baffled by public outcry regarding regulations which require users of commercial mail receiving agencies to include a new private mail box number in their address, the Postal Service more…