FDA's invisible victims

by Walter Williams -- The Food and Drug Administration can make two types of errors. It can approve a drug that has dangerous unanticipated side effects, or it can reject or delay more…

Teach students Americanism

by Nat Hentoff -- I've been reporting on educational developments for more than 65 years, but very seldom have I been as heartened by a discovery as in a September Cleveland Plain more…

A crumbling Constitution

by John Stossel -- Does the Constitution still matter? When it was written, Ben Franklin said the founders gave us a republic, "if you can keep it." Few people thought the republic more…

Obama's disease-infected America

by Mychal Massie -- We are being lied to on a massive scale pursuant to the outbreak of deadly infectious diseases, and not surprisingly, most of the public believes the lies. There more…

NCAA's injustice

by John Rocker -- Imagine being one of the top players in college football, arguably America's second-favorite spectator sport. If you're like me, someone who grew up and lives in the southern more…

Meet my pal Copper

by Joseph Farah -- One of my best friends is Copper – my 3-year-old German shepherd. In fact, she turns 3 today – the occasion for this profile. There's another reason, too. more…

If I ran the world ...

by D.J. Dolce -- [ooyala code="c1MHkycToYEgIx6OggghbNMwy3rK2ozI" player_id="29c9fd42b6564348812f1c7d4ff9252d"] Media wishing to interview D.J. Dolce, please contact media@wnd.com. more…

Goodbye, Columbus

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In 1492, "Columbus sailed the ocean blue" and discovered the New World. And Oct. 12 was once a celebrated holiday in America. School children in the earliest grades more…

How to stop beheadings of Western prisoners

by Les Kinsolving -- Toward the end of the U.S. Civil War, Union Gen. George Armstrong Custer began a series of executions of Confederate prisoners of war, who had been captured from more…