Who let the dogs out?

by Vox Day -- Last week's column drew a lot of fire, but you'd probably be surprised at how many women supported what I wrote. The hundreds of e-mails, in fact, ran more…

Spiting their pretty faces

by Vox Day -- A recent story floating around the variety section of a newspaper I still read occasionally reminded me of a conversation I had with a college girlfriend about six more…

The raping of America

by Vox Day -- I had thought to begin this column with a mea culpa, as on Dec. 2, 2002, the NASDAQ index briefly crossed the 1,500 barrier to peak at 1,521.44 more…

The diversity disaster

by Vox Day -- I don't care much about whether the president decides to weigh in on the upcoming Supreme Court case on the constitutionality of racial preferences in college admissions or more…

Bring it on!

by Vox Day -- Before I began writing for WorldNetDaily, I was, like many of you, a voracious reader of socio-political commentary. Thus, I understand the frustration of writing to a columnist more…

The failure of democracy

by Vox Day -- Democracy must have a good PR agent. While war in the national interest is considered questionable at best, war in defense of democracy is held to be admirable more…

The King of Christmas

by Vox Day -- I love everything about Christmas. The white snow, the rainbow of lights and the dawn vision of presents piled under the tree. It is a happy time for more…

'Out, damned Lott!'

by Vox Day -- Count me not among those who believe that wearing a "racism sucks" t-shirt is an act of praiseworthy morality. I have no trouble with discrimination per se, indeed, more…

The Myth of Woman

by Vox Day -- I enjoy science fiction. I especially like the sort of book that allows one to get into the head of an alien being, that allows one to experience more…

Deus le volt?

by Vox Day -- Although I do not respond to most of the e-mail which this column inspires, I do read them all. And while I prefer to avoid getting caught up more…