Remember the PAPD

by John N. Doggett -- It's been almost three months. You know what I'm talking about, don't you? Three months of pain, anguish, grief, strength, resolve and resolution. We are a different country more…

Goldberg's right …
the media's left

by Jon Dougherty -- Bernard Goldberg, the veteran CBS newsman who is set to release a new book detailing the liberal bias of the mainstream media, is about to become a pariah more…

Looking ahead

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As Israel buried her dead this week after one of the deadliest 24 hours of terrorism in the country's history, the Israeli government finally decided to label Yasser more…

Pearl showed there's no safe Harbor

by Don Feder -- Editor's note: Available now in WorldNetDaily's online store! Don Feder examines "Pagan America" Read a Jewish conservative's analysis of U.S. cultural decline. "Who's Afraid of the Religious Right?" more…

The lies of Arafat

by Joseph Farah -- Yasser Arafat may have committed one too many acts of terrorism. More than 30 years of bloodlust may finally be catching up to him. Israelis have had enough. more…

Is a war of civilizations ahead?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- With the ouster of the Taliban and eradication of the al-Qaida in Afghanistan, Islamic extremism has sustained a crushing defeat. But what continues to unsettle Americans is that more…

Investigate – now!

by Ellen Ratner -- There is an elephant in the parlor so big and fat that everybody – politicians, journalists, cops, soldiers and citizens – has to squeeze real tight just to more…

Domestic partisan warfare

by David Limbaugh -- The Wall Street Journal's Al Hunt, in a fleeting moment of political clarity, admitted that we're lucky to have Bush instead of Gore as president during the war more…

Brute force not a solution

by Harry Browne -- The attacks between Palestinians and Israelis this past week have dominated the news. There are two very important points we can learn from these events:  Israelis and Palestinians more…

Dream – or nightmare?

by Doug Casey -- War is the health of the state, whether it's the War on Drugs (which, I suspect, has already killed as many Americans and cost as much money as more…