The little Christian college that could

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Patrick Henry College WASHINGTON – Patrick Henry College, the 350-student Christian college catering to homeschoolers, has made headlines in the past for being the little college that could. more…

'Private security' considered to prevent pirates

by -NO AUTHOR- -- President Obama realizes ship owners face a "security" issue when their vessels pass through the dangerous pirate-infested waters off the shores of Somalia, according to his chief spokesman. more…

Congressman says card check would cost jobs

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A Minnesota congressman contends adopting the so-called "Card Check" proposal in Congress, which would eliminate the secret ballot for workers lobbied to adopt union representation, actually would cost more…

Analyst: States fear strings on stimulus dollars

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The impact of the "authoritarian approach" adopted by the Obama administration that requires states to spend economic recovery funds in specific ways "remains to be seen," according to more…

Hedgecock seeks popular uprising

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Talk-radio host and WND columnist Roger Hedgecock says the Department of Homeland Security report he unveiled should cause more than alarm for Americans. "This kind of intimidation is more…

April 15: It's T-Day

by Chelsea Schilling -- Steve Vaus Steve Vaus, whose patriotic anthem "We Must Take America Back" got him blacklisted by the recording industry 17 years ago, will sing the re-recorded song with more…

'Tortured beauty' given U.S. asylum

by Chelsea Schilling -- Nicaraguan refugee Auxiliadora Martinez (photo: WND / Chelsea Schilling (Editor's note: This interview was conducted with assistance of a translator) Auxiliadora Martinez, a Nicaraguan political refugee, has been more…

American Legion to DHS: We're not terrorists

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In response to a newly unclassified Department of Homeland Security report that warns of dangers associated with "right-wing extremists" – and singles out returning war veterans as particular more…

Farah on Savage tonight

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WND Editor and Chief Executive Officer Joseph Farah will be a guest on Michael Savage's radio show tonight at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss an unclassified Department more…