Terror threat didn't die with Osama bin Laden

by Jim Fletcher -- For every Joel Osteen "book," there are quite a few good titles on the shelves, and, occasionally, something really stands out in a number of ways. Catherine Herridge's more…

Doomsday clock ticking on Internet freedom

by Andrea Shea King -- "Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither." – Benjamin Franklin They're coming for it and show no signs of letting more…

'For better or for worse' put to the test

by Drew Zahn -- Hitting the box office big this week (and just before Valentine's Day) is the romantic date movie, "The Vow," inspired by a true story with a fascinating premise more…

Is America ready for a Mormon president?

by Kathy Shaidle -- WND's own Aaron Klein asked listeners that pressing question this week, as Mitt Romney inches closer to winning the Republican nomination. Klein talked to Dr. Robert Millet, professor more…

Christian 'David' takes on PC 'Goliath'

by Marisa Martin -- [caption id="attachment_120243" align="alignright" width="203" caption=""St. Joseph the Worker" by Michael O'Brien"][/caption] You never know who you may meet mucking around a remote Canadian village. Take Combermere, Ontario, where more…

Left-leaning Google messes with CPAC

by Andrea Shea King -- Google major sponsor of CPAC? The left-leaning, White House shoulder-rubbing Google will be quite visible at a leading conservative event this month. What's up with that? Google will more…

What would you do with unlimited power?

by Drew Zahn -- It is said, "Absolute power corrupts absolutely." The saying is put to the test in "Chronicle," where three teenage boys are touched by an alien entity, giving them more…

White House advisers: 'It's time' to hush Rush

by Kathy Shaidle -- As reported exclusively by WND's Aaron Klein, friends of the Obama administration are trying to sneak the now-defunct "Fairness Doctrine" back into law, disguised as – of all more…

Don't be fooled by Arab Spring 'freedom'

by Marisa Martin -- Egyptian artists ignited the Cairo uprising last year, and they've kept the coals turned up under the current military regime. Far from drifting into the shadows and returning more…