One world ... one big, bloody problem

by Vox Day -- It's not hard to understand why globalism is so persistently seductive to people of genuinely good intent. Long a staple of hack science fiction writers and the producers more…

The home-school railroad

by Vox Day -- Apparently last week's column struck a nerve with many of you, as I was not prepared for the deluge of e-mail that threatened to explode my inbox. However, more…

Words and warfare

by Vox Day -- Over the Christmas season, I happened to encounter two things which got me thinking about war, in general, and the recent performance of the U.S. armed forces, in more…

Fighting the Eurofascists

by Vox Day -- Twice in the previous century, misguided European political experiments have resulted in American soldiers shipping out and fighting Over There. On Jan. 1, 2002, the euro made its more…

Bias in your face

by Vox Day -- I can't say I'm surprised by much I've heard about Bernard Goldberg's new book, "Bias," regarding left-wing bias in the mainstream news media. Well, the line about Dan more…

An ode to e-mail

by Vox Day -- It's easy to forget the benefits of new technology, especially those that are so nifty that we quickly integrate them into our daily lives. Let us, then, take more…

Thinking the unthinkable

by Vox Day -- I learned a bitter lesson in thinking about the unthinkable last winter. We had two dogs, one of which, a Rottweiler, had a distinct predisposition for roaming. We more…

Admiring Ann Coulter

by Vox Day -- There's a lot to like about Ann, WorldNetDaily's new columnist. Not only is she hot, slender and blonde, but she is possessed of wisdom and a wit sharper more…