The Christian nation

by Vox Day -- While I was in America, a witness, who happened to be called at the assizes of the county of Chester (state of New York), declared that he did more…

Breaking windows in New York City

by Vox Day -- I was deeply disturbed to read that the erstwhile hurricane which has inspired such panic on the East Coast has apparently been degraded to the status of a more…

The summer of our discontent

by Vox Day -- This has been a most peculiar summer. In the U.S. it has been blazing hot, while across Europe the weather has been unseasonably cool. Despite an increasing number more…

'The machine needs fresh meat'

by Vox Day -- In this podcast, WND columnist Vox Day interviews Max Keiser, one of the world's leading critics of the international banking system, about the future of America and the more…

Corporations are not people

by Vox Day -- Corporations are people, my friend. Of course they are. Everything corporations earn ultimately goes to people. Where do you think it goes? – Mitt Romney It is no more…

The ticking debt bomb

by Vox Day -- In this podcast, WND columnist Vox Day interviews Steve Keen, the post-Keynesian economist who is one of the 12 to have been recognized as correctly anticipating the 2008 more…

Downgrading America

by Vox Day -- The secretary of the Treasury, Timothy Geithner, was asked whether persistent deficits put the United States in danger of losing its AAA credit rating. "Absolutely not," he said. more…

Bailing out Obama

by Vox Day -- At the White House and in talks in congressional offices and corridors, most of the attention was focused on finding a way to define the precise conditions under more…

Perry, Palin or Paul?

by Vox Day -- In this podcast, WND columnist Vox Day interviews John Hawkins, the editor of The Right Wing News, about the Republican nomination campaign, the evolution of the blogosphere and more…

The death of diversity

by Vox Day -- Throughout history, nations have taken violent exception to being invaded by large masses of foreigners. The Canaanites did not take kindly to Israelite immigration into the Promised Land, more…